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design on a dime 2010: photo recap

phew! yesterday was a whirlwind day and by the time i crawled into bed i was already thinking about today’s big event: bklyn designs! amy and i are heading over there today, but i before i just to the next show, i wanted to share some pictures from last night’s design on a dime event thrown by housing works. the show was really fantastic this year- a definite step up from last year’s show for me- and full of great ideas. i’ve chosen 20 of my favorite photos to share today, so i hope you’ll enjoy them! thanks again to housing works for sharing 5 VIP passes with the d*s contest winners! [images above from the miles redd booth]

[image image: the start of the nathan egan booth- see more after the jump]

CLICK HERE for the rest of my photos from the design on a dime event last night!

The rest of the amazing Nathan Egan booth:

Steven Sclaroff’s Booth:

Nathan Thomas’ Booth:

Calypso Booth:

Flowers from Kim Hull’s booth (how gorgeous are these vases?):

Luis Caicedo’s Booth:

Thomas Cooper Design had a great booth (loved this map!):

I loved this little vintage stool from Juniper Tedhams’ booth:

Brett Design’s Booth:

Asler Valero’s exotic booth:

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There are so many things i like in each pic that my eyes are struggling to take it all in. Bed time me thinks


Ohhh I love that Maharam fabric on the bench in Nathan Thomas’ booth! I’ve always wondered what it would look like – it’s insane!

Great photos.


What a great event! Thanks so much for taking and posting your pictures. I love Steven Sclaroff booth.


Where can I find the hanging lamp in Gabriel de la Porta’s exotic booth?


Where is that black and white flower poster in the first photo from?


I should always know when I see an interior image that takes my breath away, Miles Redd’s name will be on it! My biggest career dream would be to work with him. Sheer genius.


These interiors are amazing. So colourful and fresh. And the hammock – feels like a holiday on a tropical island.


Just wanted to inform you that the Thomas Cooper design booth (with the great map) was actually a Housing Works booth that I created with my Housing Works window design team…

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