Sit down with Susyel DePedro Cunningham and Anne Foster of Tilton Fenwick to learn more about their designs for Duralee's collection of home fabrics.
Tilton Fenwick is one of the hottest young design firms in New York and have garnered much deserved recognition for their “new traditional” sensibility, their exuberant use of color and love for statement making patterns. It’s hard to believe that this stylish design duo, led by Suysel DePedro Cunningham and Anne Foster, launched less than four years ago. Since that time, Tilton Fenwick has been named one of Traditional Home’s top 20 New Trad designers to watch, was the recipient of IFDA’s 2011 Rising Stars of Interior Design award, has been featured in The New York Times, major shelter publications and have designed a capsule collection of carpets for Studio Four NYC. Their latest achievement is landing a licensed collection of home fabrics for Duralee where they join an impressive roster of Designers including John Robshaw, Eileen Kathryn Boyd, Laura Kirar, Phillip Gorrivan, Thomas Paul. I got to know Suysel and Anne just as they were launching their firm and over the years we’ve become good friends so I couldn’t be more proud of these two who are so deserving of their success and accolades! And I was incredibly honored to learn that they named one of their new fabric patterns after me and my blog! (It’s called Haute!) I recently caught up with Suysel and Anne to get the scoop on their newly launched fabric line and I’m so excited to share our Q&A plus a peek at some of the collection highlights!
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