The Stilins and ‘The McMillens’ Discuss Parent-Child Design Dynamics

We chatted with two established designers and their emerging-talent offspring to find out what it's like to grow up in the interiors business and what it's like to finally work as colleagues.

by 1stdibs Editors
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True to Its Name, Avant-Scène Is at the Forefront of French Design

Élisabeth Delacarte's Paris gallery has showcased emerging talents and attracted high-profile clients for more than three decades.

by Ian Phillips | photos by Francis Hammond
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The Glamour! The Drama! Entire Interiors Covered in Mirrors!

To step into the Manhattan atelier of Stephen Cavallo / Mirror Fair is to enter a glittering new world.

by Lesley Hauge | photos by Lesley Unruh
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5 Designers Imagine White House Interiors for Clinton and Trump

Proposing styles from chic and understated to mirrored and opulent, David Netto, Betsy Burnham, Robert Couturier, Alexandra Loew and Brian J. McCarthy reveal how they would decorate the executive mansion . . . for both candidates.

by Leah Borne | illustrations by Mita Corsini Bland
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Venerable Interior Design Firms Look to the Future

Top talents like David Kleinberg, Ellie Cullman and Jamie Drake are setting the stage for their successors.

by Tim McKeough
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Pretty, Playful and Perennially Popular: The Story of Chinoiserie

Europe’s obsession with the Far East led to a creative boom in the decorative arts, centuries of appropriation and, surprisingly, one of decor’s most enduringly chic styles.

by Marisa Bartolucci
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Brian J. McCarthy’s Serene Sensibility

The New York designer stays out of the spotlight even as he works with high-profile clients to create richly detailed spaces along the East Coast.

by Jorge S. Arango
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