Tag along to Connecticut for a behind the scenes visit with design and retail duo BruceGlickman and WilsonHenley at their charming 1930s Litchfield County home. Learn how their cottage is the culmination of several homes that the pair, partners in business and life, have lived in - from an antique farmhouse to a mid century modernist house to a more formal loft in New York City. While the house now represents many different periods and styles, it remains cohesive because of the design duo’s consistent point of view. See how Bruce and Wilson have created abundant visual interest within a restrained monochromatic palette, easily allowing for additions of art and accessories. Learn how to create the perfect mantel arrangement and watch as Bruce walks through the spaces, explaining how they enlarged entrances and doorways to maximize the flow. Drawing on their expertise from years of retail merchandising, you’ll learn how they create masterful vignettes, incorporating recent acquisitions with pieces collected over the years and family heirlooms. And watch to see how Bruce and Wilson approach displaying art, with an approachable sense of casualness and discovery. Each room in the house has a distinct character, exemplifying the couple’s creativity, sophisticated, wide ranging tastes and expert editing. Together they are a creative force that you can further explore at their stylish Washington, CT shop, GEORGE (georgehomect.com/). You’ll be inspired, informed and entertained!!
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