MY ROWE DESIGN
SEASON 10 | FALL 2023
SEASON 10 | FALL 2023
As the seasons change, we look forward to rolling out a fresh wave of inspiration with our latest introductions and exciting new textiles, all designed to spark your own creativity. Our signature My Rowe Design program continues to set the bar higher every year, presenting a collaboration with a hand-selected group of some of today’s most innovative voices in interior design. Each has curated an original space showcasing their Rowe favorites, inspired by the opportunities to customize frames and fabrics, as well as the versatility of our ever-expanding line of occasionals. We welcome you to experience the must-see event of the season, and are proud to present our designers and their unique spaces as they debut at market. Inspiration awaits at the My Rowe Design showcase!
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FALL 2023 DESIGNER FAVORITESPHOTO CREDITS: (clockwise from top left): 1. @duvaldesignllc (design), MW Concepts - Markus Wilborn (photo) 2. @thelifestyledco (design), Stephanie Studer for LifeCreated (photo), Modern Splendor Homes (builder) 3. @stephaniekrausdesigns (design), @mcbecks_pix (photo) 4. @railiclasen (design), Gabriel Sullivan (photo) 5. @eyeforpretty (design), @jessicabrydsonphotography (photo) 6. @alison_giese_interiors
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Sallie Lord is the principal designer of GreyHunt Interiors, which she founded in 2009 in the Washington, DC metro area and recently expanded to the Indianapolis Design Center in Carmel, IN. As a design enthusiast from a young age, Sallie gained valuable real world experience working in a home decor boutique beginning in her teens, and later earned her BA in Interior Design from Marymount University. She believes it is a joy and honor to have the opportunity to transform her clients’ homes, as they are the backdrop to their lives, moments, and memories. Sallie is also passionate about supporting up-and-coming designers, as well as women in business across all industries. As she often says, “if there isn’t room at the top for us all, then we will redesign it.”
The goal for this modern yet romantic space was to blend luxurious style with some of Sallie’s current favorite materials, such as velvet, gold accents, and graphic wallpaper. With a playful and refined feminine spirit in mind, Sallie focused on a palette including delicate pinks and bold black, with gold highlights and patterned details that create a soft yet high-contrast aesthetic. Punchy, graphic wallpaper delivers a little edge, infusing the space with abstract patterns inspired by natural textures such as marble and shagreen. Overall, says Sallie of her strikingly stylish space, “the look is large, but the design is livable luxury.”
Design in Good Taste
Don’t be afraid to mix metals, patterns, and styles
Don’t be Boring
Design a Livable Space
Play with Contrasting Colors
Inspired by the idea of a powerful modern woman who loves to entertain, Sallie turned to some of her own best-loved pieces to make the space shine. “I wanted to bring the room to life with favorite pieces that I have used for myself or projects,” the designer says, “to create a cohesive space in a new light and vision.” Curvaceous elements play a large role, from the gentle arc of a pair of Neoma Benches to the soft contours of the Cleo Ottomans and Ophelia Chairs. The 96” Grady Sofa is a large-scale knockout dressed in classic black velvet, offering plenty of seating room for guests to gather at cocktail hour. Our Ellice Lounger, a favorite pick of the designer’s, makes a lovely counterpoint to the sofa in pale blush velvet. The result is a welcoming space with fashion-forward charm.
Wallpaper (p 9): Shagreen - Jet Black
Wallpaper by Mrs Paranjape Papers (Mitchell Black)
“I see a modern boss-lady using this space to lounge, work, and enjoy cocktails.Stacy Zarin Goldberg (interiors) Christy Kosnic (headshot)
Source of Inspiration
I adore inspiration from Paris and England. I also love antique shopping and finding something from the past that looks more modern — I love to give that piece a new light and life in my designs!
You can catch me often listening to my favorite Pandora stations: The Cranberries Radio, Chris Stapleton Radio and The Rolling Stones Radio.
Marble Velvet Wallpaper
Bespoke design is not just for the top design tier. People are finally ready to invest to have their home look and feel customized to them.
“My Rowe Design space is inspired by the look of things that I personally love and have sourced.”
Los Angeles, CA
Amy Pigliacampo Interiors is a Los Angeles-based interior design studio that specializes in residential renovations and intimate commercial projects. After studying fashion design and business, Amy first honed her editorial vision working with top brands and creatives across New York and Los Angeles as a fashion stylist and artistic director. She pivoted to design and launched Amy Pigliacampo Interiors in 2017, now serving a wide range of clients from coast to coast that include high performing creatives and entrepreneurs. On a mission to find the soul of every home she encounters, Amy defines her approach to design as “subtractive.” By peeling back layers of the past, Amy helps her clients realize their ultimate vision for home, creating spaces that are magazine worthy yet rooted in the realities of daily life.
The inspiration for Amy’s space stemmed from her extensive background in fashion, the source of a “deep affection for textiles” that often influences her designs. A largescale Dimitry Sectional Sofa anchors her My Rowe Design space, showcasing a patterned fabric in deep earthy hues that feels both intense and welcoming. “In my work I often seek out bold colors and patterns that might be intimidating to clients,” says Amy, “and find ways to make them relatable and calming.” A palette of warm neutrals and rich shades of umber and rust delivers a moody, modern organic vibe influenced by iconic late midcentury elements.
Plants in Every Room with plenty of natural light
Floating Furniture whenever possible
Multifunctional Furniture whenever possible
Balance Between Opposites such as old and new, light and dark, masculine and feminine
Imagining who might inhabit her space, Amy envisioned it as a vacation retreat for a busy family. “Since they have a robust guest cottage, they invite friends to stay with them often,” she says, “and this is where the adults hang after the littles have gone to bed.” A pair of Leander Swivels in a rust velvet fabric provide additional seating for a space that’s family-friendly, yet sophisticated enough for adult gatherings. The organic wood grain of our Theory Cocktail Table and natural stone accents combine to create a sense of laidback retro luxury where a family can kick back in style.
“[My Rowe Design is] an elevated living room inspired by California architecture and entertaining, with a hint of 1970s glamour.Photo Credits David Lauer (p 12&15) Corey Szopinski (p 14)
Source of Inspiration
Vintage design books, movies and road trips
Music to Fuel Creativity
Led Zeppelin, The Doors, Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Sofia Coppola film
soundtracks and surf rock
Books On Her Shelf
• Untamed, by Glennon Doyle
• Uncommon Kitchens, by Sophie Donelson
• From Cradle to Stage, by Virginia Hanlon Grohl
• Attached, by Amir Levine & Rachel S. F. Heller
• Good Inside, by Dr. Becky Kennedy
I’m interested in taking materials that feel raw, unrefined and aggressive — stone, concrete, metal — and finding ways to use them that feel warm and unexpected.AMY PIGLIACAMPO INTERIORS’
Heather French & Matt French
Santa Fe, NM
French & French Interiors is a full-service interior design firm based in Santa Fe, NM, specializing in luxury residential and boutique commercial interiors with a soulful and intimate hands-on approach. Heather and Matt French participated in House Beautiful’s 100-year anniversary issue, as well as their television show and Whole Home project. The Frenches were named House Beautiful 2020 Next Wave Designers, and selected as recipients of the Andrew Martin International Design Review Awards. Their work has been featured in publications such as House Beautiful, Better Homes & Gardens, HGTV, The New York Times, and Country Living, among others.
Autumn afternoons by the fireplace were the vision that inspired Heather and Matt, who imagined a young family snuggled up with one another on a blustery day. “They [would] lounge on the cushy sofas, read in a chair by the fire, or play cards on the tufted ottomans,” say the designers. Their My Rowe Design incorporates a pair of large 90” Madeline Sofas that offer plenty of space to spend the afternoon talking, laughing and playing. With a Hannah Chair and Ophelia Chair also in the mix, there’s more than enough soft seating to go around, and “this space invites true relaxation and leisure.”
Wild Wisdom of Weedsby Katrina Blair
The Emotion Code by Dr.Bradley Nelson
Offering all the warmth and comfort of a cozy fall sweater, the use of textured fabric and plush velvet in rich jewel tones gives a relaxed and tactile feel to Heather and Matt’s My Rowe Design. “We love how the deep, saturated colors…evoke a moody and stately atmosphere with a modern flair,” they remark on the dark wallpaper and generous number of throw pillows. Bold choices such as the blooms-on-black wall pattern and a collection of brass accents add just a hint of sophisticated edge to this otherwise easy, laid-back lounge space.
For the Love of Soil byNicole Masters Alexander Girard by Todd Oldham & Kiera Coffee
We were inspired by the feeling of a cozy fall sweater, fun and bold while comfortable and inviting.Photo Credits Amadeus Leitner
Heather & Matt’s Favorite…
Source of Inspiration
Museums, travel and folk art, hands down!
Music to Fuel Creativity
1970s funk jazz
“Proper furniture scale and layering patterns are always important, but otherwise we don’t stick to the rules.”
Our favorite pieces in the space are the Madeline sofas…they are every bit as stylish as they are comfortable.Velvet Mohair