Posts Tagged ‘New England Home Magazine’

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

cmi in the news: New England Home Magazine July/Aug edition

Sooooo excited to be fea­tured again in the newest edi­tion of New Eng­land Home Mag­a­zine! The room I designed for the Junior League of Hart­ford Show House is shown on page 50! Thank you NEHome and Michael Parte­nio for the fab­u­lous pictures!

 

Junior League of Hartford Show House in New England Home magazine

"It's a Boy's Life" designed for Junior League of Hart­ford Show House

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Wednesday, June 6, 2012

cmi in the news: color me daring!

Many thanks to New Eng­land Home Mag­a­zine and edi­tor Paula Bodah for fea­tur­ing me in the Designer Snap­shot seg­ment today on the New Eng­land Home Mag­a­zine blog! If you know me, you KNOW I love color!

Spe­cial thanks to pho­tog­ra­pher Michael Parte­nio for tak­ing such beau­ti­ful pictures!

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Tuesday, May 8, 2012

cmi in the news — New England Home May/June 2012

I am so excited to be included in the May/June issue of New Eng­land Home Mag­a­zine! The "Per­spec­tives" sec­tion offers design­ers a chance to share some of their favorites — in this issue, it is light­ing. My smil­ing face is on page 144, and my light­ing picks are on 144, 146 and 148. If you don't have the mag­a­zine, go get it (and really, frame those pages…)

Or, check out my light­ing picks below:

Niven table lamp from Salgado Saucier

Niven table lamp from Sal­gado Saucier

With its delight­fully Gaudi-esque style, I would use this lamp to add a dose of whimsy to a tra­di­tional liv­ing room.

Chatham floor lamp from Currey and Company

Chatham floor lamp from Cur­rey and Company

This qui­etly styl­ish floor lamp would be equally at home in a tra­di­tional or more mod­ern home. It’s the per­fect com­pan­ion piece that attracts the eye with­out yelling “look at me!”

 

Brass and chrome Sputnik chandelier from Irwin Feld Design

Brass and chrome Sput­nik chan­de­lier from Irwin Feld Design

This mid-century fix­ture is one of my favorites, here updated with a mix of brass and chrome arms. I would hang it in a small foyer over an antique pedestal table for a vibrant counterpoint.

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