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Don’t Do This to Your Office Windows!

When it starts to get cold out, many companies look to dress their office windows with shades and draperies to fight the freezing temperatures.  It’s not as simple as hanging up the first thing you find in the store. Do this wrong, and trust me you’ll want to jump out of the window you just […]

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I’ll Take That Living Room with Some Feng Shui, Please!

  This month we interviewed Julie Schuster, President of the New York City chapter of the Interior Design Society and founder of Julie Schuster Design Studio. Julie informs us on a host of matters from the importance of transparent pricing when working with clients to the difference that Feng Shui makes. Rosenberg: What do homeowners […]

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Forbes Feature: Building a Book of Celebrity Clients

Building a solid clientele for your business is your first step to success. It’s step 2, 3 and 4 as well. Over the years, I’ve discovered the key to nurturing truly rewarding relationships. The story of how I earned the trust of the gatekeepers of the rich and famous – and how I was welcomed […]

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Lifestyles of the Ritchie and Famous

What does it take to be an award-winning architect? We interviewed the acclaimed Alan Ritchie, owner of PJAR Architects. Alan has been recognized for his work on the Metropolitan Residential Tower and the Urban Glass House, both in Manhattan, the Ware Center at Millersville University in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, the Sandler Center in Virginia Beach and […]

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Cami’s Blog: It’s All In The Details

Hi Everyone, Happy New Year! The Northeast just experienced an extended and extreme cold front. So I made it a point to stay inside as much as possible. As I looked around my own house, I became more convinced than ever that draperies can make or break a room. However, how you hang them, and […]

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Keeping Up With The Architectashians

With technology’s rapid pace of change, it’s not always possible to stay in front of every major trend. We spoke with Michael Morris of to find out how to structure a design team that supports one another just like a tight knit family of Architectashians. Rosenberg: What do you see as the biggest misunderstanding that […]

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Cami’s Blog: Sheer Brillance

Hi Everyone, As the cold weather creeps in, I thought it would be a good time to discuss one easy (and elegant) way you can warm up your space. Here at RIT, we design and install all types of window treatments. And we can motorize any window treatment – from shades to draperies. Over the […]

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The Art of Seeing the Invisible

Interior design is the lens through which a project team’s work is viewed. We interviewed Bjorn Bjornsson to learn more about the best approach a designer can take to make sure the finished product aligns with the client’s vision and reflects the quality of all that came before. Rosenberg: Tell us about a time when […]

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Cami’s Blog: Visions of Velvet

Hi Everyone, Last time we talked, I promised you more on one of my favorite fabrics to work with. Velvet. Specifically, I mentioned a gorgeous set of orange draperies. It’s several sets actually and they hang in my living room. The rich orange fabric contrasts so well with the deep purple walls. This fabric is […]

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Why Interior Designers Play a Double Role as Family Psychologists

We talked at length with interior designer Asler Valero and we learned, among other things, the importance of understanding the psychology behind a homeowner’s vision. Rosenberg: What do homeowners NOT want? Valero: When a designer is hired, he might have his own vision and not listen fully to what the client wants. This is a […]

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