Decade 15 Magazine

  • Shopping at Axel Vervoordt in Belgium

    Shopping at Axel Vervoordt in Belgium

    Perhaps the only thing better than touring the great castles of Europe is being able to shop in them.
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  • Westedge Design Fair 2014 Highlights

    Westedge Design Fair 2014 Highlights

    Westedge Design Fair is now two years old and the 2014 event met and surpassed all expectations from the previous year. Held in California at Santa Monica's Barker Hangar, Westedge showcases a design style in which modern meets classically beautiful.
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  • Design with Personality: Woodsport

    Design with Personality: Woodsport

    Personality. It’s a good word, when it comes to design. But it can also be a word to make you nervous. In the wrong hands, it can be scary. It can be that piece of furniture that is the life of the party because it has the lampshade on its head. It m
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  • DXV Window Series September: Laura Bohn Design Associates

    DXV Window Series September: Laura Bohn Design Associates

    Continuing DXV's Window Series, this September, veteran designer Laura Bohn, principal of LBDA and a member of the Interior Design Hall of Fame, conjured two vignettes for DXV's New York Showroom.
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  • DXV Loves NYC Event Highlight: Launch of Flatiron Design Collective

    DXV Loves NYC Event Highlight: Launch of Flatiron Design Collective

    The glitterati gathered on Monday night for what might have been the hottest party in New York City. Flatiron Design Collective's launch attracted many local interior designers, home furnishings professionals and the crème of the crop magazine editor
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  • GOOD READ: Haute Couture Ateliers: The Artisans of Fashion

    GOOD READ: Haute Couture Ateliers: The Artisans of Fashion

    If you are into interior design, it is a sure bet you like fashion too. The two fields have always had a symbiotic relationship. Here is where the book, Haute Couture Ateliers: The Artisans of Fashion by Helene Farnault comes in.
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  • Song for wood: Silvia Song

    Song for wood: Silvia Song

    This isn’t the most politically correct thing to say but craft work – making – tends to break down along gender lines. In general, textiles seem to a woman’s “thing”. Metalwork and glassblowing: mostly a male “thing”. Ceramics: a little more gender-n
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  • Inspiring Tile Trends: Highlights from Cersaie 2014

    Inspiring Tile Trends: Highlights from Cersaie 2014

    Known as the ‘Milan furniture fair of ceramics’ – Cersaie tile and bathroom furnishings show was the host to architects, designers and tile manufacturers from over 35 countries – September 2014. Bologna, Italy is the perfect locale for the show.
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