Window Fashion VISION

A Vision for High-End Homes

From her office in Detroit’s northern suburbs, Reem Akkad with Reem Akkad Design works on homes many designers can only dream of: places with lofty interiors and beautiful details, owned by people with big budgets and a desire for the best money can...

Seeking Authenticity

By Jana Platina Phipps We are having an awakening in design as people everywhere seek authenticity. Consumers are increasingly acknowledging the ever-rising social and environmental costs of “cheap goods” and want to make a statement against our...

King of Color

A girl’s bedroom in the Flatiron District designed by Rayman Boozer. The curtain fabric is Lily Pulitzer from Lee Jofa. The wallpaper is by Flat Vernacular, and the headboard and pillows are custom-made. In 1998, Time Out New York called Rayman...

Whiteout

Photo courtesy of Studio McGee White is the antithesis of color, but it still packs a punch in indoor and outdoor spaces. As part of our annual color issue, we’ve taken the renegade move of asking three designers to tell us what they love about...

The Wait is Almost Over!

Grab an exclusive sneak peek of our November/December issue of Window Fashion VISION! You will get the first look at plans for the 2020 International Window Coverings Expo, March 25 to 27 in Charlotte. Discover several exciting new speakers in our...

Category - Inspiration

Color and Pattern and Texture, Oh My!

By JoAnne Lenart-Weary Did you know color is the first thing we see followed by shape? Color impacts us visually, emotionally and even physically because we can actually “feel” some colors. Pattern and texture elevate...

EnVISIONing Beautiful Spaces

As we continue to accept applications for the annual VISION Design and Workroom Awards Competition, draw inspiration by reading about last year’s Designer of the Year award winner, Katherine Wozniak of Katherine...

Follow Us!

Don't be shy, get in touch. Discover the industry's latest inspirations!

Cart

Advertisement

Most popular