After starting his career as an architect and working with the notable firm Gensler, Keith realized that wasn’t where he wanted to be and started his own company with the goal of filling a need for business guidance in the design world.
Oh, Henry! From Waterworks.
Designing a home that isn’t a primary residence is always nice because you have more flexibility.
I love working in this creative haven, surrounded by elements that both calm and inspire me.
In the current issue of Connecticut Cottages and Gardens, I sit down for a Q&A regarding my vignette for the Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams showroom in Greenwich.
How kick ass is this? I’ve decided to add a new weekly feature to my blog. Each Wednesday, I’ll share one of my favorite photos from my own portfolio, showcasing a design element, style, or…
I find great inspiration and room for creativity when looking at all of the possible uses for so many beautiful types of stone.
Over the weekend, I picked up three great new design books.
Recently, a group of top designers participated in a special show house event called Project Design to revamp the Long Island Ronald McDonald House.
This dining room became one of my favorite projects.