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NUMBER OF ITEMS SHIPPING COSTS
1 $200
2 $250
3+ $350
    • Sheldon Harte of Harte Brownlee

      Time Capsule Choice: “We chose a chair for its timeless profile and lacquered it in white to give it a current, hip vibe. Then we used a new Larsen fabric in bright colors. Although classic in its Mondrian patterning, it seemed futuristic as well.”

      Inspiration: “We wanted to salute the past, present, and future. The chair emerging from the crate creates a sense of a treasured piece from the past being presented in the future.”

      Designer Tip: “High contrasts, like black against white, create a sense of drama.”

      Sheldon Harte of Harte Brownlee
      • Mary McDonald

        Time Capsule Choice: “I wanted to show the freshness and timelessness of blue and white, especially in conjunction with my new fabrics and trims for Schumacher and rugs for Patterson, Flynn & Martin. My very, very fresh take on the traditional use of blue and white, with antique porcelains and contemporary fabric, makes the classic mine.”

        Inspiration: “I have always loved Diana Vreeland, and I needed to make her part of my window because she always inspires me—in a very Mary McDonald way.”

        Decorator Secret: ”I called myself to design it.”

        Mary McDonald
        • Brett Barrett

          Time Capsule Choice: “I chose pieces from a range of periods and places. Like experiences in life, it’s the mix of pieces that makes design interesting and keeps it fresh.”

          Inspiration: “The moment I saw the Le Grand chairs at the Gina Berschneider showroom I absolutely loved them. Their shape and scale are perfect, as is the clever way Gina upholstered them. From the window looking in, the space is meant as the corner of a room you would find in one of my projects.”

          Designer Tip: ”Stay fluid. If you have your heart set on a piece and it doesn’t come through, it’s not a tragedy. It’s an opportunity to do something even better, so get excited—and go find it!”

          Brett Barrett
          • Douglas Truesdale of Carter Truesdale

            Time Capsule Choices: ”We chose a smartphone, maybe the single most important symbol for these times; any book by or about Diana Vreeland; a fashion magazine; a DVD of All About Eve; and a silver dollar for luck.”

            Inspiration: “Albert Hadley is most definitely the muse for our window design. Our drapery fabric is by Tillet Textiles and is the same chevron pattern and colorway that Mr. Hadley used in the apartment we used for inspiration.”

            Design Tip: ”Keep it simple. Don’t overthink. Good design should be spontaneous.”

            Douglas Truesdale of Carter Truesdale
            • Rafael Kalichstein & Joshua Rose of FORM

              Time Capsule Choice: “We asked ourselves, ‘What has always been, is now, and may always be?’ The answer is ‘inequality.’”

              Inspiration: “We think of Tony Duquette as a master at layering. In less-skilled hands you would have a circus; in his work you have an almost sublime orchestration.”

              Design Tip: “Be brave. Take risks. Treat every project like a full-scale model and you’ll have a great time doing it. Remember, it’s supposed to be FUN!”

              Rafael Kalichstein & Joshua Rose of FORM

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