Where To Find Us In 2018...

  Our fabric is featured in Julia Buckingham’s Dining Room for the JL of Detroit Designer Showhouse this September-October, 2018:  We are proud and grateful to note that renowned interior designer Julia Buckingham created a dining room utilizing two of our fabric patterns— The Man and Tortoiseshell. Julia and her team centered the dining room’s aesthetic around these patterns— it is stunning, an eclectic use of art, lighting, furniture, tabletop and textiles. The Designer Showhouse is open in Detroit in this historic home at the Charles P. Fisher Mansion until October 7, 2018. Please go to  Aspiremetro.com/fishermansion  for tickets

Our fabric is featured in Julia Buckingham’s Dining Room for the JL of Detroit Designer Showhouse this September-October, 2018: We are proud and grateful to note that renowned interior designer Julia Buckingham created a dining room utilizing two of our fabric patterns— The Man and Tortoiseshell. Julia and her team centered the dining room’s aesthetic around these patterns— it is stunning, an eclectic use of art, lighting, furniture, tabletop and textiles. The Designer Showhouse is open in Detroit in this historic home at the Charles P. Fisher Mansion until October 7, 2018. Please go to Aspiremetro.com/fishermansion for tickets

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We Made A Splash At the Black-Tie Gala on April 11 with our tabletop designs

We created a table design from the table linens to the floral display for the fourth year at the Lenox Hill Neighborhood House gala in Grand Central Station's ballroom at Cipriani. This year's theme was Make A Splash, and we designed two patterns (underwater and coral branchy) to work with our designs, and here we showcased new botanical fabric collection.

photograph courtesy of Rio Hamilton

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We enjoyed this panel discussion at the Dallas Home & Gift Show on June 22, 2018

Tamara joined an expert design panel with Scott Kravet of Kravet fabric and fabric designer Aviva Stanoff with design journalist, Saxon Henry moderating the discussion.

Thank You for Joining Us in March for Learn and Lunch at Schwartz Design Showroom in March, 2018

we met at the Schwartz Design Showroom in Stamford, Ct., (our new representative in Connecticut) where we shared our new, Spring collections.

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Thank Your for Joining Us...

our co-creator Tamara Stephenson spoke on a design panel in Boston's Design Center on March 6, 2018 along with the Antiques Diva (Toma Clark Haines) and designer Steven Favreau to a lively, engaging crowd of local designers. Both Susan and Tamara were on-hand after the antiques talk. Thanks for joining!

OTHER EXCITING NEWS FOR SUMMER & FALL, 2018:

+six new showrooms representing and selling root cellar designs' wallpaper and fabric -- J. Lambeth in Washington DC; a new design shop, Modernique owned by designer Julia Buckingham in Phoenix, AZ; Schwartz Design Showroom in Stamford, Ct., and Collective Design representative for Southern California and Las Vegas, and Dovecote design shop/studio in Westport, Ct. 

+PORCH TEXTILE COLLECTION DEBUT-- all root cellar designs' patterns are now available on this new textile, which is proudly "green" while utilizing 45% recycled materials to create an durable fabric, suitable for light indoor/outdoor use and is mildew, fade and water resistant.

+ after returning from from Spring Paris' Deco-off, trend stories on Nest by Tamara blog  

+ root cellar designs' was mentioned in AD Home magazine recently!

+ root cellar designs’ now offers commercial grade type 2 wallpaper in three ground options— with 6 new patterns in the collection

PRESS:  

To inquire about a press kit, schedule the root cellar team for a special event, request fabric samples or inquire about a private viewing of fabrics, please reach out at Rootcellardesigns@gmail.com. Additionally, shop pillows and table linens on the shop page.  Fabric by the yard is sold to the design trade and see more on the Showroom Page.