A perfect place to take shelter from spring showers might be the Metropolitan Museum of Art and while you are there check out their latest exhibit at the costume institute titled PUNK: Chaos to Couture. The museum says PUNK: Chaos to Couture was designed to represent the “punk concept of ‘do-it-yourself’ and the couture concept of ‘made-to-measure.’” To think punk is old enough to earn a retrospective and has garnered the respect to be showcased in the one of the finest museums in the world shows you how far this temper tantrum of music and fashion has come. Once heralded as the, “I do
The home page of NYCxDESIGN asks their audience to state their “design manifesto” in only three words. Imaginative? Inventive? Productive? How can you sum up in three words the way design has been the foundation of our contemporary existence. NYCxDESIGN is a collaboration between the minds of many creative geniuses all joining forces to demonstrate how design in all mediums influences each other. For 12 days, starting on May 10
Every year that passes by we feel the necessity to upgrade our closet with the latest trend in the fashion design world. We are constantly introduced to new patterns and colors. The same thing happens in the design industry. Cliet's want to get rid of their dated furniture or wall color and designers are able to create a fresh new look. These two amazing fields might seem completely different, but I believe that they are more similar than we think. Every year there is a connection between colors, fabrics, furniture, accessories and textiles that go hand in hand with fashion and design.
For every interior, whether it's large or small,it's all about the details. Those details make a house a home and can tell us a lot about the homeowners. That's why I always try to keep my eyes open for objects that are unique looking, shapely and funtional, that I know I will love for years to come.
Gold and Brass accessories are beatiful and timeless, especially when brought into simple pieces like a bookcase, a tabletop or even just as an accent on a plain wall. It can automatically update something so simple and add an interesting layer to any room.
This house in the Hampton is one of my favorites projects from Heiberg Cummings designs especially the white plank wood on the walls.
The vertical positioning of the planks bring character to the overall space. In my opinion every room in this project is charming, clean and crisp. Take a look.
All this natural light coming throught the space, help to give us the iusion of a larger interior.
Heiberg Cummings new book, "White Light" is currently featured in this month's December issue of House and Garden Magazine!
The beginning of this narrative design book starts on the streets of Warsaw where Bernt and Bill first met
Heiberg Cummings Design has been receiving a lot of press lately. We were voted one of the Top 10 Leading American Designers in House & Garden’s June 2012 issue