"It's sort of like a perpetual scavenger hunt. I discuss with the Director and the Production Designer all the things that will add to the script, or fill in the blank spots -- all the between-the-lines elements."
The decorator Amanda Nisbet entitled her first book Dazzling Design. She couldn't have found a more apt title because her brand of decorating is just that -- dazzling. Amanda Nisbet talks about being loved, empowering women and horoscopes.
Bunny Williams, one of the doyennes of the interior design world and co-owner of the garden and design store Treillage in New York, talks about mentoring young designers, leisurely mornings in bed, and the importance of a hairdresser.
The aesthetic of San Francisco-based decorator Grant K. Gibson is all about mixing magazine-ready chic-ness with a livable quality. Definitely not the you-can't-touch-this-it's-too-precious look. Here Grant talks about creating beautiful spaces and putting that iPhone down every now and then.
To be in the company of Jeremiah Goodman is to be in the palm of a living legend. You become enthralled by the rich and glorious life he's lived, the fascinating figures he's met and worked with, and for a brief moment, your life somehow becomes part of his stunning and colorful work.
Jonathan Adler, who combines bold patterns and unexpected styles with the dexterity of a race car driver, talks about fat-free apple pies, Ke$ha and, of course, his perpetually floral print-clad husband, Simon Doonan.