The October/November issue of Lonny hit virtual newsstands on Sunday and I am super psyched because yours truly graces its coveted pages! Just after the Celerie Kemble cover story, you’ll find me and my top 10 style picks on page 257 as the magazine’s grand finale “Blogger Style” feature! This issue also marks Lonny’s 1 year anniversary and I have to say, its the magazine’s best issue yet! The Lonny team pulled out all the stops in celebration of its 1st birthday, bringing us inspiring interiors from design stars like cover girl Celerie Kemble, Lulu deKwiatkowski, Ruthie Sommers, Palmer Weiss, John Robshaw, Eddie Ross and more. Congratulations to Michelle, Patrick and the entire Lonny team for an amazing issue and all of your success during your first year! And a huge thanks to Michelle, Ellie, Shawn and Isa for including me in this issue and working to produce such a fabulous story that I am extremely proud of!
Below is a look at some of the gorgeous interiors you’ll see in Lonny’s latest issue. You can read my feature here and click here to visit view the entire magazine!
Interior designer Celerie Kemble’s New York City Apartment (Which has an insanely beautiful and envy inducing view of Central Park!)
A bachelor pad project by LA based designer Ruthie Sommers
The master bedroom in textile designer and artist Lulu deKwiatkowski’s chic LA home
The stylish San Francisco home of designer Palmer Weiss
Textile designer John Robshaw’s eclectic country home in Connecticut
Photo via ruthiesommers.com
This Ruthie Sommers designed room is simply gorgeous! I went to visit the Chapman Radcliff Home/Ruthie Sommers website today and discovered this photo along with an “under construction” notice. Looks like her website will soon have brand new look. Can’t wait to see it!
In the “How To” section of Domino’s website Ruthie Sommers provides some design help for those needing guidance on how best to arrange their furniture in a room. She offers sample floor plans for various spaces and gives advice on arranging your furniture in a way that tackles problematic issues such as a lack of windows or architectural details while also incorporating a bit of your personality into the room. You can read more here.
The photo above is a bedroom rendering by Ruthie Sommers which was thoughtfully designed for a couple. The TV was purposely placed directly in front of the bed so the couple can bond while watching movies in bed. The settee and armchair are meant to encourage morning conversation. Great inspiration…Thanks Ruthie!
Photos via Dominomag.com
Wasn’t it supposed to come out ages ago? My most trusted source, Barnes & Noble, doesn’t have it listed. Other sites say it comes out April 1st. I’m skeptical. Does anyone know? Just curious…