CarletonVarney.com is our own retail design and accessories shop. Shop exclusive products from design icons Dorothy Draper and Carleton Varney, including books, home accessories such as throw pillows in our exclusive prints, scarves, lighting, and gifts.
Our own line of distinctive fabrics and wallcoverings includes heritage Dorothy Draper designs as well as new collections from Carleton Varney and Brinsley Matthews, available exclusively to the trade.
Shannongove Press is the exclusive publisher of re-issues of beloved classic Dorothy Draper books and current design books from Carleton Varney. Visit ShannongrovePress.com for wholesale inquiries.
Kindel, makers of hand-crafted furniture in the US since 1901, have a long-standing partnership with Dorothy Draper & Company to produce classic Draper designs, including many from Mrs. Draper's own apartment at The Carlyle in NY. Visit KindelFurniture.com
Background colors are the key success of decorating. The drab age thankfully is over. Bright clear colors should be all around us. Visit finepaintsofeurope.com
Carleton has designed several collections of outdoor furnishings and accessories bearing his signature colorful flair. His 2015 Chinoiserie-inspired Christmas collection sold out! Visit Frontgate.com
Sometimes, a single item alone — such as the charming sign above this sitting room’s sofa — can make a powerful decorating statement. Photo by Michel Arnaud. By Carleton Varney Special to the Daily News As a decorator, it seems I am always pounding picture nails into walls Picture hanging is an art in itself, […]
The decor for the Joe Namath event in New York this month. Rendering by Bridget Vizoso By Carleton Varney Special to the Daily News October is the time to celebrate the harvest and borrow a few decorating colors. Take a cue from pumpkins, falling leaves, apples of all colors and flavors, cranberries, sunflowers and the […]
You will find an open pine hutch in most homes in Ireland. Photo by James Fennell By Carleton Varney Special to the Daily News As many of you may know, I often spend a bit of the summer in Ireland, as I did recently during the waning of the tourist season. Of all the places […]