Monthly Archives: April 2012

TRADHome Spring 2012

The TRADHome Spring 2012 issue is out and it is the blogger issue! Design bloggers were asked to nominate their choices for the 10 ‘new traditional’ interior designers. Congratulations to the following bloggers whose designers were selected: Stacey Bewkes Quintessence … Continue reading

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Fashion + Decor

Fashion + Decor, the new website by Gretchen Aubuchon, is now live! Gretchen, who has a love of both interior design and fashion, creates ‘StylePairs’ of runway fashions and interior design photos that have coordinating elements. And she has assembled … Continue reading

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Dovecote Decor – Part II

Head over to Dovecote Decor for the second part of Liz’s strategy of how to get the most out of High Point Market. She’s sharing what to see and the route to take so that you get as much in … Continue reading

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Dovecote Decor

Are you headed to High Point Market? Dovecote Decor has a plan for how to navigate this large area! With over 25 years of attending, they offer tips and strategy for getting the best out of the show. This is … Continue reading

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Maison Decor

Amy Chalmers of Maison Decor is opening a shop! Her dream of having a store that would sell antiques and French decor is now happening and it will be located at 50 Summer Street in Malden, Massachusetts. It is called, … Continue reading

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Cynthia Mason Interiors

Cynthia Mason has designed this sumptuous home office. The “sophisticated and feminine space” caught the attention of and was recently featured in an article about amazing home offices. In a house that features both “his” and “hers” home offices, … Continue reading

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In Memoriam: Albert Hadley 1921-2012

I was saddened to learn of the passing of Albert Hadley last Thursday. Though I only met him once, I would often see him around town. An unassuming man, he would be sitting at the counter of the sandwich shop … Continue reading

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