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Timothy Whealon

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Roman courtyard tiles, the Mykonos landscape and a vintage deck of cards – all were visual fodder for designer and creative dynamo Timothy Whealon as he developed his collection of rugs for Patterson Flynn. The stunning results are worthy of building a room around. Everything that interior designer Timothy Whealon does is informed by his […]

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David Kaihoi

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Trained as a visual artist, New York based interior designer, David Kaihoi has earned a reputation for creating sophisticated and innovative interiors with the spirit and compositional qualities of fine art. Since joining the interiors industry under his mentor Miles Redd, Kahoi has been featured on the cover of Elle Décor, and in House Beautiful, […]

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Thomas O’Brien

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With his new rugs for PF, master designer Thomas O’Brien weaves his inimitable style into a glorious collection marked by extraordinary craftsmanship and irresistible soul. When creating his rugs, O’Brien—the designer behind Aero Studios and Aero Ltd.—mined his own stash of treasures, drawing inspiration from such places as the hand-brushed cover of a vintage book […]

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Charlap Hyman & Herrero

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Charlap Hyman & Herrero is a Los Angeles / New York-based architecture and design firm that has on multiple occasions been described as “the next big thing.” The firm’s principals Adam Charlap Hyman (design) and Andre Herrero (architecture) met at the Rhode Island School of Design and quickly discovered that they had a remarkable creative […]

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Miles Redd

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Miles Redd embarked on his career in interior design with luminary antiques dealer, John Rosselli, and decorator, Bunny Williams. In 1998, he opened his own design firm in New York City, then later served as the creative director of Oscar de la Renta Home from 2003 to 2013. Redd is known for his unique aesthetic […]

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Hutton Wilkinson

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Hutton Wilkinson is one of the world’s reigning masters of high style decorating. He first trained with, and then became the business partner of, the legendary Tony Duquette. Hutton’s gloriously maximalist interiors are revered for their refinement and relaxed, welcoming tone. Whimsy, drama, bold gestures, and precise details infuse everything he creates-from one-of-a-kind rooms to […]

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Elizabeth Dow

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Elizabeth Dow’s cutting-edge and intuitive color sense, inspired both by natural landscape and the urban environment, translates into a sophisticated aesthetic. The Cooper Hewitt Museum has acknowledged her outstanding achievements by including her work in its permanent collection. Neither a traditionalist nor a modernist, Dow has been able to forge a bridge that compliments both […]

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Timothy Corrigan

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Redefining a modern, understated sensibility is interior designer Timothy Corrigan’s trademark. With a unique sense for space and texture, and an innate ability to understand what clients want, Corrigan’s designs are developed with a focus on soft and traditional living spaces. In his new collection for Patterson Flynn, Corrigan incorporates new colors with traditional elements […]

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Matthew Patrick Smyth: The New Classics

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Classic style and impeccable attention to detail are hallmarks of the work of interior designer Matthew Patrick Smyth. His comfortable, timeless rooms are tailored to fit his clients’ personalities and lifestyles, whether they are dynamic young couples with children or cultured art collectors. Smyth masterfully blends contemporary pieces with antiques to endow each space with […]

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Paule Marrot

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A legendary influence on the world of 20th-century textile design, Paule Marrot (1902-1987) lives on in her collection for Patterson Flynn. Marrot’s timeless rug and carpet designs were inspired by the infinite varieties found among flowers, birds, branches and all the colors of nature. These styles remain an inspiration to designers today, as they bring […]

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