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Florida Design

Florida Design

Volume 30-1

A luxury design magazine with over 300 pages per issue of spectacular designs and architecture. Over 500 sources per issue of where to buy from. Your digital subscription will be served by Zinio. If you are needing assistance with your digital subscription please contact support at support@zinio.com

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United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Palm Beach Media Group North LLC
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1 min.
publisher’s note

Since Palm Beach Media acquired Florida Design in 2019, our organization has been immersed in all things interior design. We’ve added a fantastic creative team that has guided changes over the last several issues. And, I’ve had the pleasure of meeting many of the advertising partners who have supported Florida Design from its very first issue through to today. It’s no surprise to look at the success of this magazine as a direct reflection of the support it has enjoyed for 30 years. Recently, we’ve hosted roundtable meetings with contributors and marketing partners where our editorial team has been able to hear their comments and suggestions directly. On the business side, we’ve expanded dramatically the number of locations where Florida Design can be found through newsstand distributors, interior design showrooms and…

1 min.
a toast to 30 years

Exciting things are coming in 2020! We look back at the past 30 years with gratitude, counting our blessings for all of the collaborations, the many launches of new projects and the relationships that have inspired our work. While thanking you for your presence along the way and your continued support, we look ahead with renewed excitement. We can’t wait to reveal the aces up our sleeve in the coming year! Celebrating this milestone, it is important to tip our hat to Jeff Lichtenstein, who founded this magazine three decades ago. As we mark 30 years of service to our readers, it makes me proud to say I’ve had the honor of working at Florida Design for 14 of them, and I’m just as passionate about our mission today as I…

1 min.
shimmering metallics

1 Handcrafted and one-of-a-kind, the Namibia collection by LUNADA BAY TILE evokes Africa’s South Atlantic coast landscapes in 3D. lunadabaytile.com 2 KOKET “Pluma” sconce wings light up in gold leaf. bykoket.com 3 The “Frozen” dining chair from PHILLIPS COLLECTION sits pretty in quilted platinum. phillipscollection.com 4 An impressive sense of elegance circles the lacquered metal “Noho” cocktail table by JETCLASS. jetclass.pt 5 A statement piece, the “Milllionaire Gold” luxury safe by BOCA DO LOBO sparks interest and the imagination. bocadolobo.com 6 Respect for beauty and classicism are woven into SCHUMACHER’S “Malaga” graphite wallpaper. fschumacher.com 7 AMARA’S “Metallic Acid” cowhide accent pillow is speckled by design. amara.com 8 Framed in German silver and embossed with flowers, the “Sasha” chair from BERNHARDT swivels in contemporary comfort. bernhardt.com…

1 min.
pillow talk

1 A metallic printed colorway adorns the luxurious DONNA KARAN “Drape” pillow to create a molten gold appearance. donnakaran.com 2 Shag texture takes a glamorous turn with the faux fur feather surface of Inspire Me! Home Decor’s pillow from NOURISON. nourison.com 3 Rifle Paper Co.’s bold designs on plush backdrops in sturdy LOLOI fabrics add verve to any setting. loloirugs.com 4 Make a bold statement this season with the “Ophelia” velvet pillow from OKA featuring an embroidered medieval gothic design. oka.com 5 Mod patterns, heavenly hues and luxe velvet punch up JONATHAN ADLER’S “Pop Art” collection of Milano pillows. jonathanadler.com 6 Jewelry for your room, the handcrafted rhinestone, bead and embroidered “Luminescence” pillow from NOURISON adds a touch of sparkle. nourison.com 7 Linear “Strands of Pearls” pillow from GLOBAL VIEWS looks both modern and traditional. globalviews.com…

1 min.
out of the woods

4 min.
30 years of design

The 1990s cherished carefully curated interior schemes, where “greige” was everywhere and everything old could be made new again. A wave of bright primary colors rang in a new year, a new decade and a new century of design. 1 LORRAINE ROGERS-BOLTON (1999) Call it contemporary traditional or new Neoclassicism as glints of gilt and bronze in the living room bring to mind the golden age of classical design. Presiding over this modern interpretation of the past is a large painting of a Greek vase by artist Itzak Asher. 2 ROSANN ROSS (1999) Mikasa candleholders in various shapes and sizes gleam brightly on a table set with Villeroy & Boch china. An oil on canvas by Carel lends warmth and color to the setting, while the metallic look of pewter works in…