Design wisdom from Luxe’s Gold List 2017 design honorees.
Luxe Interiors + Design would like to welcome you to our 2017 Gold List: a look at the prolific talents responsible for the inspiring and aspirational homes featured recently in the pages of our magazine—from architects and interior designers to home builders and landscape architects—all across the country that are leading the industry in fresh and exciting ways.
“I would suggest investing in Korean art from the Dansaekhwa Movement. It’s a growing market that will have a big impact on the art world in the coming years.”
—Nina Wexler, Nina Yael Design Studio
“I use shades of black frequently in my work and find Farrow & Ball’s off-black to be velvety in matte applications and sophisticated as a gloss lacquer.”
—Nicole Fuller, Nicole Fuller Interiors
“Invest in your entry with a great bench, console, lamp, or mirror. It sets the tone for the rest of the home, so it should have a ‘wow’ factor.”
—Rachel Laxer, Rachel Laxer Interiors
“Splurge on exterior details—a copper gutter, real working shutters—and the big picture will look great.”
—John David Rose, John David Rose Architect
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