Bloomingdales blog A conversation with Robyn & Joel on Ceramics

A conversation with Robyn & Joel on Ceramics

The last time we uploaded a blog piece on our ceramics lighting range, it generated a lot of interest. So we thought seeing as we have just extended our range of ceramics and added 10 new variants, we’d talk to Robyn and Joel to get a better sense of how a Collection is extended.

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Wednesday, April 22, 2020

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Bloomingdales blog Winter Styling Tips with Katrina Dowd from Domestic Textile Corporation (TDC)

Winter Styling Tips with Katrina Dowd from Domestic Textile Corporation (TDC)

Katrina J Dowd from Domestic Textile Corporation (TDC), talks about the great rugs that are the keystones for interior style and her favourite textured wall coverings. How to dress a room beautifully in layers and groups of accessories, and how Deco’s profile is rising in furniture and lighting.

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Monday, July 01, 2019

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Bloomingdales blog Quality Lifelong Solutions - The antidote to Instant Gratification

Quality Lifelong Solutions - The antidote to Instant Gratification

Everything’s becoming shorthand. LOL.

Of course, we all know why this is the case … time ... or lack thereof. So we do whatever we can to short-circuit, cut corners and get things over and done instantly.

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Monday, August 21, 2017

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Bloomingdales blog Design Inspirations from the African Heartland

Design Inspirations from the African Heartland

It comes as no surprise that we (and this particular reference is to the lucky Bloomingdales’ Directors!) draw respite and soul-regeneration from the African bush. There’s nothing quite like it.

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Monday, November 14, 2016

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Bloomingdales blog Maison Reflections: Paris, September ‘16

Maison Reflections: Paris, September ‘16

A delight to the senses, and a challenge to convention – these are the overriding impressions that we take away from our visit to Maison, and to the homeware boutiques of Paris and Barcelona. And WOW, so different, exciting and inspiring. European design is challenging convention – and asking users to think differently and more playfully about the objects we use in our environments.

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Tuesday, October 04, 2016

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