Designer Jan Showers’ refined vacation retreats
Danise Talbot Design, an interior-design shop featuring furnishings, decor and professional design services, has opened at 263 Riverside Ave. The 600-square-foot shop offers what proprietor Danise Talbot called “an eclectic mix” of furniture, hangings, jewelry and accent pieces. The space in a free-standing, one-story building previously housed a land-use architect, and before that, a jewelry shop. Talbot has 10 years of experience as an interior designer with Lillian August, the Norwalk-based furniture and design chain, according to a news release. She has designed interiors for hotels, bed and breakfasts, physician offices, spas, nightclubs, commercial stores and residences. Before opening the new design shop, Talbot operated a boutique jewelry store in Westport, she said. Danise Talbot Design’s services include presentations using software such as Icovia space planner, AutoCAD, and Photoshop, according to the release.
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Showers’ book, above right, includes the Marin County home of painter Linda Bacon. Photo: Jeff McNamara Showers’ book, above right, includes the Marin County home of… Dallas interior designer Jan Showers worked on this 1938 Marin County home owned by a childhood friend, Linda Bacon. A large collection of antique and vintage toys, books and memorabilia fill Linda’s artist studio just off the kitchen. The studio also includes a cowhide chair that is a nod to her Texas roots. Photo: Jeff McNamara Dallas interior designer Jan Showers worked on this 1938 Marin… Font Page 1 of 1 In town recently for a book presentation and signing at A.
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Opulent interiors to be recreated in fashion at LFW
Our rich heritage also provides plenty of scope for versatility in grandiosity, without being too loud. Taking inspiration from such opulent architecture, designer Sounia Gohil will replicate the luxurious interior decor of home spaces onto garments for her show at Lakme Fashion Week in Mumbai. She has created garments in forms of sensuous structures of artwork.
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