Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
looking for something?
where to find us

  

Get Us in Your Inbox

Enter your email address:

Delivered by FeedBurner

Our Sponsors Speak
Come Tweet with Us!
Like Us on Facebook!
Our Sponsors Speak Again
what we're up to

bloglovin

BlogWithIntegrity.com

Entries in Michael Herold Design (2)

Wednesday
Dec122012

Michael Herold Home Collection & Showroom

It’s hard to keep a good talent down. And when one is named to House Beautifuls Next Wave Designer list, well let’s just say true talent is undeniable. Last spring when we attended the Princeton Designer Showhouse, one of our favorite rooms was designed by Michael Herold. The bold stripes, exciting color choices and glamorous pieces in a very traditional space spoke to us. Not a month later, we ran into Michael at our yearly Blogfest conference where he was on a panel moderated by House Beautiful’s Newell Turner. His talent was being lauded once again and now Michael has taken his design from the studio to showroom.

Opening in November 2012 in Lambertville, NJ, Michael Herold Home Collection is a showroom, studio and offices all in one location; just call it Michael's very own design center. After having tremendous growth in the past year, Michael and his team felt it was time to show off his antiques and vintage pieces in a space that allows him to display all of his finds in interesting vignettes and actual room settings. 

Click to read more ...

Friday
Apr272012

Princeton Designer Showhouse & Gardens (Part II)

Today we continue our exploration of Priory Court, the designer showhouse of the Junior League of Greater Princeton. Our focus is on five additional rooms that caught our eye for their outstanding design elements and color palettes. In total, Priory Court has 28 different spaces that were revamped by over thirty different designers and architects. The designers were given a magnificent space to work with as the bones of the house had amazing decorative motifs and accents on the walls and ceilings. Of course being built in the 1930's, the houses interior walls were all cinderblock giving today's designers a bit of a challenge on how to handle the wall coverings and lighting. 

Just one corner of the lush container garden-themed Upper Terrace Retreat designed by Princeton Land Design.

Click to read more ...