Featured on Chairish

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Chairish is one of Lindsey’s go-to places to find unique one-of-a-kind pieces at very affordable prices. Because of this, we could not be more excited to be featured on their website! Read the full interview here and be sure to shop Lindsey’s favorite Chairish pieces too.

Many thanks to Mugs Buckley and the entire Chairish team.

Featured on 1stdibs

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We are so excited to see Lindsey featured on 1stdib’s Introspective Magazine. Read the full interview here and be sure to checkout Lindsey’s favorite 1stdibs picks!

A huge thanks to Sarah Bliss for such a great feature.

Southern Living 2017 Idea House

We are so honored to have been selected as this year’s Southern Living Idea House interior designer and are excited to share Lindsey’s designs for the house on Bald Head Island. Bald Head Island is a boat-accessed community located two miles off the coast of Southport, North Carolina. Transportation on the island is restricted to golf carts, bicycles and pedestrian traffic. Of the island’s 12,000 acres, 10,000 acres of beaches, salt marsh and maritime forest are protected and will remain undeveloped.

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The home, which is designed to provide creative ideas and inspiration for prospective and current homeowners, is now open for public tours through October 2017 and is featured in the August issue of Southern Living Magazine. More information on the Idea House can be found here.

We are so grateful to all of the vendors who helped us bring the Idea House to life:
Anne Irwin Fine Art

Arteriors

Artistic Tile, NYC

Big Apple Art Gallery, NYC

Blackwell Botanicals

Blanche P. Field, NYC

Bungalow 5

Carleton V Ltd.

Christopher-Spitzmiller

Circa Lighting

Cole & Son

Coleen & Company

Cowtan & Tout

CR Laine

Currey & Company

Draperies Your Way

Duralee

Eliko, NYC

Fabulous Things, Ltd.

Frontgate

Genesis Upholstery, NJ

The George Gallery 

Gregg Irby Gallery

Highland House

Hines & Company

Interior Couture of the Carolinas

Jay C. Lohmann

L&M Custom Carpets and Rugs, NYC

Lee Jofa

LiLi Cement Tiles

Madeline Weinrib

Mally Skok

Matouk

Mecox Gardens

Mendelson

Middle Kingdom, VA

Mrs. Howard

Nantucket Sinks

Oomph

Palecek

Pindler

Quadrille

Radish Moon

Red Egg

Richmond Frame and Design

Romo

Samuel & Sons

Selamat

Serena & Lily

Sonia’s Place

Stanley Furniture

Stark

Thibaut

Twigs

New York Botanical Garden’s 2017 Orchid Dinner

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We were so excited to be a part of Veranda Magazine and New York Botanical Garden’s annual Orchid Dinner at The Plaza Hotel. This years event brought together 30 different designers who each designed a table with an over the top Orchid centerpiece. 

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With this years theme as Thailand, Lindsey drew inspiration for her table from Jim Thompson’s’ Tibetan Sun fabric by Hutton Wilkinson for the Tony Duquette Collection and Frontgate’s stunning Malachite ceramic pieces. To complete the look, monogrammed Matouk Napkins were added as a final touch.

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More than 300 guest attended the event to raise $650,000 for the garden’s famous orchid research collection that helps maintain the highest standard of horticultural for orchid conservation. We were honored to be a part of such a wonderful event. 

We’d like to thank the following vendors and workrooms for donating:

Frontgate

Jim Thompson Fabrics

Matouk

Samuel & Sons 

Interior Couture of the Carolinas

Magnolia Designer Showhouse

We are so excited to share Lindsey’s room in the Magnolia Designer Showhouse.  The showhouse is being held in Lindsey’s hometown of Cartersville, GA in collaboration with Atlanta Magazine.  More information about the house can be found here:  http://www.atlantamagazine.com/magnolia/

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Lindsey designed the library, and filled it to the brim with art from Southern artists and many feet of leather bound books.  Lindsey painted both the walls and the trim a rich blue, Sherwin Williams 6229 Tempe Star, and painted the ceiling a shade lighter, SW 7613 Aqua Sphere.  The bookshelves are backed with a Sister Parish wallpaper to add depth and interest.

We are so grateful to all of the vendors who helped us to bring this room to life:

PAIR OF CHAIRS
CR Laine
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LEATHER OTTOMAN
CR Laine
LANTERN
Coleen & Company
info@coleenandcompany.com
ART
Anne Irwin Gallery
Sally King Benedict
contact@sallybenedict.com
LAMP
Christopher Spitzmiller
DESK
Antique writing table, William Word Antiques
DESK CHAIR
William Word Antiques
LEATHER & BRASS DESK ACCESSORIES
Addison Weeks
LEATHER BOOKS
E Lawrence Booksellers
WALLPAPER
Sister Parish
RUG
Stark Carpet

ANTIQUE MIRRORS

Travis & Company
customerservice@travisandcompany.com
FLORAL FABRIC
Lee Jofa

WINDOW TREATMENT 

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CURTAIN FABRIC 
Holland & Sherry
CURTAIN LINING
Pindler & Pindler
CURTAIN TRIM
Fringe Market
fringemarket1@gmail.com
CABINET HARDWARE
Waterworks
Featured on Viyet

Lindsey was recently featured on one of her favorite shopping sites, www.viyet.com – be sure to check it out!

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“Fresh, young and modern with a twist on the traditional, Lindsey’s designs radiate bold pattern, texture and color. She is able to transform a residence into a highly comfortable, personal and welcoming space for any client.”

What inspired this career path for you?
I started redecorating my bedroom as a child at a very early age. At about the age of 6 or 7, I insisted on having my very own Christmas tree in my bedroom to decorate myself — and made it in the local newspaper! I spent any money from birthdays/allowance on buying “decorations” for my room. Decorating is something I have always done. Fortunately, with years of practice and working for someone very talented, I have been able to make a career out of something I have always loved doing!

 

What is your go-to source for inspiration?
Travel! Not one place in particular. But I love to travel and always take my camera with me. I never know what I am going to find or be inspired by.

 

Tell us about your creative process.
After meeting with a client, I typically start by shopping, hitting the D&D building in NY to see what interests me and grabs my attention, especially patterns, textiles, and/or papers. I might pop into a few antique shops or carpet places, and I always, always check out my phone and scroll through photos to see if anything I’ve found recently seems right for said client.

 

Describe your style in 6 words or less.
Colorful, comfortable, sophisticated and layered

 

What is a staple in your tool kit?
Cotton ticking stripes (in every color of the rainbow), solid linen and cotton velvet, and ALWAYS wallcovering

 

Who do you look up to in the design world?
POSTHUMOUS: Billy Baldwin and David Hicks
ALIVE AND KICKIN’: Richard Keith Langham and I love Cathy Kincaid’s work

 

If you could design a space for anyone, what kind of space would it be?
It would probably be a big beautiful, old, rambling house, a second home, and it would be for someone that appreciated textiles, so I could make proper curtains throughout and upholster almost every inch of wall! I am not a minimalist, the more details the better!

 

What design blog, website, TV show, or magazine would you be lost without?
I don’t really watch any design shows. I do still read my shelter magazines (all of them!), The WSJ Weekender and T Magazine. Long live print! I would be lost without Instagram! There are so many great vendors on Insta now, and I love seeing photos of great projects, past and present.

 

What do you love about Viyet?
I love to shop for furniture and accessories, and online shopping is a big part of the way we do things now. I love that I live and work in NYC, and although I might not get to hop on a plane to TX or elsewhere to hunt through antique shops whenever I’d like, I am still able to find that bizarre, quirky thing I was looking for through a trusted vendor on Viyet.

 

For the full article, visit Viyet.com
Lindsey’s Favorite Console Tables on Dering Hall

Lindsey loves a console table – check out some of her favorites, from the classic to the colorful on Dering Hall!

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House Beautiful • “There’s No Stopping Her”

We are thrilled to share that Lindsey’s apartment is featured in the July/August “Small Spaces” issue of House Beautiful Magazine! The issue hits newsstands today – finally seeing it all come together was such a treat.  Huge thanks to Editor in Chief Sophie Donelson, writer Kathryn O’Shea-Evans, and photographer Beatriz Da Costa – an awesome team to work with!

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You can find the full interview here, and see more of the apartment in the slideshow!

 

A few of Lindsey’s favorite resources featured in the shoot:

Lamp – Christopher Spitzmiller 

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Shade Fabric – Coosa by Lindsey Coral Harper 

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Euro Shams – Lindsey Coral Harper – Minted

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Wallpaper – Bali Isle – Quadrille

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Nightstand, faux-painted by:

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Chair – Jayson Home

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Chair Fabric – Daphne Ikat in Iris – Madeline Weinrib

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Headboard – Madison – Lamshop

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Headboard Fabric – Guilty Pleasure – Kravet

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Stool Fabric – #42370 in Turquoise – Duralee

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Armoire Hardware – Nest Studio

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Duvet – Frette

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Shams – Matouk

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Rug – Harper Collection – Loloi Rug

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