Whether it is a shift in proportion or a unique use of wood finish or color palette, Rose Tarlow’s vision for beautiful décor is unparalleled.
As an internationally-renowned furniture and fabric artisan, interior designer, antiquarian and author, Rose’s creations have enchanted the design community for over thirty years. Her life and work have been covered by the New Yorker, The New York Times, Architectural Digest, Town and Country, House Beautiful, ELLE DECOR, and Veranda. A member of the Interior Design Hall of Fame since 1995, Rose is continuously profiled as one of Architectural Digest’s AD 100 honoring the world’s most influential architects and designers. She has taught several master classes in design at UCLA and her book The Private House (2002) is in its third printing.