Laurie Gorelick Interiors News
A slight departure today from the traditional blog post. I just thought I'd share some recent news and activities of Laurie Gorelick Interiors.
Laurie Gorelick Interiors is now a featured designer on Dering Hall. Dering Hall is
"an online marketplace for the finest interior designers, architects, artisans, and design galleries to showcase their work and sell new, high-end home furnishings and accessories. At Dering Hall . . . [o]ur ongoing mission is to assemble a community of the world’s leading creators in one place and to connect them with other designers and savvy, sophisticated consumers."
On Dering Hall's site, you'll be able to follow featured designers (like LGI!) and read curated content about interior design, design products, featured designers and designed spaces.
Laurie Gorelick Interiors ranks 58 on the Decorex100 Power Leaderboard of influential Twitter users in interior design. This is the second year of the Decorex100, a list of interior design influencers compiled by Decorex International, the London design festival which showcases luxury and bespoke furnishings from around the world.
This past weekend, I attended a VIP event at The Vintage Bazaar, an upscale outdoor festival featuring antiques, architectural salvage, vintage jewelry and clothing, original art, and unique artisan crafts. It was a magnificent day to attend this combination flea market and crafts fair near Salisbury Beach on the Massachusetts coast. What better place to gather some cute ideas for vintage and coastal decor than this!
I loved this assemblage of coral and seashells, always a welcome element in seaside homes.
How about these paintings on canvas of nautical flags? Easy enough for a DIYer. Yet perfect for coastal wall decor.
I loved the rusticity of this wall shelf made from repurposed wooden pallets.
And I'm probably behind in recognizing this easy and adorable idea for outdoor (indoor as well) table lighting: a canning jar rack with sand-filled mason jars holding tealights.
Coming up for LGI: I'm taking some little trips this summer. My youngest will be a high school senior this fall, and I'll be taking her to visit some colleges around the northeast and down south. College towns offer some nice opportunities to scope out local vendors and fun finds. What makes summer special for you?