Posts Tagged ‘France’

Pierre Frey Paris, one of my favorite sources for fabrics, also offers custom carpets and rugs. Choose your inspiration and they will work with you to create something special. I just stumbled upon an image of a custom rug they recently completed… Yum!  Interested in creating something for yourself or a client? Visit their website […]


Jacques Grange

21Jun09

At my day job, every so often I give a presentation on a topic, person, design aesthetic, object, etc. that interestes me. Normally, I try to choose a topic either related to interior design, France or a current project. This time, I simply chose a personal interest.   For tomorrow’s presentation I’ll be talking about […]


Preparing for a jaunt to another country (or even just a quick trip across the state line) is always more fun with some unique travel books or tales of the place you will be visiting.  I recently discovered www.littlebookroom.com, a small online shop with a few good selections for your next trip.  One of the best items […]


Interesting article in the NY Times… GREATHOMES AND DESTINATIONS In France, a Labyrinth of a House By ROBERT P. WALZER Published: February 18, 2009 The 12th-century home of Susan Herrmann Loomis, a chef and a writer, has clay roof tiles, wooden beams throughout and a property dividing wall made partly from old tombstones. When Susan […]


One of my all time favorite blogs is Chocolate & Zucchini (http://chocolateandzucchini.com/). This touches on such a variety of topics, I can’t help being sucked in! Clotilde Dusoulier began the blog as an outlet for her cooking experiments and to talk about her passion for food. What began as a hobby has blossomed into a […]