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As I See It

Debbie Designer isn’t low on opinions. And no one is safe against them. Beware, because she could be in a town by you - or coming to a town near you for that matter. Stay on your A game. Consider this our own little version of the design police…

Design Plays (hair)Ball

Another year, another Mubadala World Tennis Championship, am I right? For those of you who may be unfamiliar with this important tick of the annual clock, the Mubadala Championship marks the beginning of the global tennis season. Each year six of the world’s top tennis players head to Abu Dhabi to compete instead of celebrating New Year’s Eve like normal drunk people. And this, my friends, is the Mubadala trophy, brought to you by Lasvit:

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Putting the Future Behind Us

Our modern offices have boiled down the principles of fun, collegiate start-up culture, gussied it up with multi-million dollar re-designs, and took all the joy right out from under us.

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Chin Up, Chintz Down

Why does chintz exist? How has it managed to stick around for so long when things like Twin Peaks and Twinkies have come and gone without a fight? And how can we put an end to it once and for all?

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A Bad Case of Glaucomatose

Debbie Designer walks us through a very ironic color trends seminar at the Boutique Design New York show at the Jacob K. Javits Center in New York a few weeks ago.

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The Horrifying Horrors of ICFF

Debbie Designer is celebrating Halloween with her readers with a few hair-raising finds from one of the most unlikely of places. Guess you're not safe anywhere these days...

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Dream the Big Dream

Debbie delivers an uncharacteristically inspirational message, all thanks to the one and only David Rockwell.

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LMNOP, Easy as ABC

Last Thursday I found myself in the new Milliken showroom on 31st and 5th, watching the sun slowly turn the Garment District orange. It was LMNOP’s annual Summer Benefit for Architecture and Design Professionals.

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Break it Down

A couple weeks ago I went to Sacco Carpet's 10th Anniversary party, and I--dare I say it? Thoroughly enjoyed myself. 

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Keep the Crowd Listening...NOT Crunching

After two events that left two very different tastes in her mouth, Debbie gives a few pointers on how to keep your crowd engaged at your next showroom soiree.

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Whitney Houston's Media Frenzy

Debbie comments on the exaggerated coverage of Houston's death and how it begs the question...where do our values lie as a society? She compares it to the passing of sustainability trailblazer Ray Anderson last year.

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  • As I See It

    Debbie Designer isn’t low on opinions. And no one is safe against them. Beware, because she could be in a town by you - or coming to a town near you for that matter. Stay on your A game. Consider this our own little version of the design police…

  • Mind Over Matter

    Grace Jeffers' love affair with materials began at nine years old, when the other students used paper doilies to decorate their Valentine’s Day project, she shingled hers in laminate.

  • Inside Sources

    The I&S editors’ blog will chronicle our adventures through the world of design and provide a behind-the-scenes look into the creation of the products and projects that inspire us day in and day out.

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