Graham Stroh

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Graham Stroh, the Associate andDesign Editor, blogs at markets in the U.S. and overseas for Rug News andDesign.

Jennifer Leonard, Niefelle Design, Portland, OR – July 2017

Jennifer and her team embodies all the things one is hoping to find in a professional interior design firm, taste, attention to detail, business...

McMansion Hell – Worth a Laugh and Then a Cry.

Kate Wagner, the 23-year-old behind the popular blog McMansion Hell, has done what few people in the world of interior design and architecture have been able...

Designers’ Notebooks: Tracy A. Davis, Urban Dwellings, Portland, Me

Tracy A. Davis is the founder and leader of Urban Dwellings a Portland ME based Interior Architectural Practice. Tracy has been recognized nationally for...

Designers’ Notebooks: Lisa Staprans

Lisa Staprans is a nationally recognized interior designer based in Portola Valley, California, with projects around the country. Lisa gains inspiration from the beauty of nature that surrounds her as well as the innovative and entrepreneurial spirit of Silicon Valley.
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See Two Million Knots Turn Into a Carpet

More than a third of the world's handmade carpets come from India. CNNMoney gives you an inside look at how artisans weave the rugs one knot at a time.

Sien and Co. handwoven geometric flatwoven at NYNOW. 

Sien and Co showed strong geometric patterns and contemporary colors in the rugs at NYNOW show. HandMade in Argentina the rugs complements the knit...

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Jack G. Ruthazer, FASID, Greenbaum Interiors, Fair Lawn, NJ, September 2013

"I am primarily a traditional designer and always get the Persian rugs first and then develop the colors in the room from that."