As fall sets in, we take great delight in one of life’s printed pleasures–or digital, should you prefer. September and October issues have arrived, signifying the start of what some may consider the best season to curl up with their favorite design magazines. From cover to cover, we’ve found the autumn issues rich and alluring in content and remarkable color. Thanks to the work of talented edtiors and designers, we’re honored to see our products upon the pages of VERANDA, Architectural Digest and Milieu this season, and we couldn’t resist rounding up a few of our favorite features.
Architecture by Cynthia Filkoff. Published photography by Annie Schlechter. Produced by Carolyn Englefield.
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An exotic vignette, including our Ayr Boucle Border sets the tone of the September-October VERANDA issue.
Published photograph by Brian Woodcock. Produced by Rachael Burrow.
Published photograph by David Lewis Taylor. Produced by Dayle Wood.
Daughter of de Gournay founder Claud Cecil Gurney, Hannah Cecil Gurney’s London home in the October issue of AD is exuberantly vibrant and fresh, blending her family’s enduring patterns with her family’s youthful energy.
Shown with Palais Silk Tassel Fringe in Claret.
Published photography by Douglas Friedman.
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A towering stack of velvet and leather cushions in the Fall 2019 issue of Milieu features the Chloe Pleated Velvet Border in Khaki and the St. Regis Velvet Ribbon Border in Basil by Lori Weitzner.
A sculptural chair is dramatically backed with drapes edged in the Portillon Épinglé Border in Bottle.
Published photography by Simon Brown. Produced by Katrin Cargill.
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