Mark your calendars for a holiday weekend design extravaganza. BRITTO CHARETTE is happy to announce that the Mana Wynwood Convention Center will host the Home Design and Remodeling Show from August 31st through September 3rd.
Planning a renovation of your master bedroom? Need a little inspiration? Our design team has some great ideas for creating a space that dreams are made of
David and Jay are on an exciting and never-ending quest to discover the most beautifully designed and crafted furniture and accessories.
Ever wonder how interior designers and their clients visualize a final project? It’s with the help of experts like Margarita Nikita, owner of High Q Renders. Based in San Francisco, with offices in Greece, HQR is owned and run by Nikita and her business partner, Katerina Bouziana, along with their team of five architecture-trained members.
It all began with an idea…and a meeting in New York with Design on a Dime manager and event coordinator, Mel Alvarez.
Think brick-and-mortar retail is dead? Think again. It’s all about attraction, Baby. Our very own David Charette and Jay Britto were invited to share their interior design know-how with this year’s M&O Paris attendees. They served up their Laws of Attraction—a blueprint for luring customers away from their screens and into your stores.
Looking for a quick and fun read? Check out South Florida Luxury Guide’s 7th anniversary edition. The issue contains beautiful residential interiors and home décor that will have you running to the nearest design showroom. As a bonus? Insights from principals, Jay Britto and David Charette.
Please join us to celebrate “Hope and Wellness” at Miami’s design-inspired charity event
Trulia, a design resource for homeowners, has launched Trulia Design Panel. We are proud to announce that Jay Britto and David Charette have been selected as panelists and will share their interior design expertise with Trulia’s vast readership.
Move forward. It’s the mantra of San Francisco-based artist John Liston and it’s the essence of his progressive designs. Liston uses an elixir of mixed materials (cast glass, brass, steel, and charred wood) to create furniture that is a cure for the ordinary.