Dear Readers: Chesie Breen
Welcome to the winter issue of ID BOSTON. We are pleased to feature Boston's very own master of design Gary McBournie on our cover this month. Gary never disappoints on the color scale and we welcome the vibrancy and rich hues that are his trademark especially during these chilly months. Our feature on the history of Kravet takes me back to last summer when Caroline Sholl and I had the pleasure of sifting through their archives that span not just Kravet, but more recently acquired brands like Lee Jofa, Brunschwig & Fils, and CP & J Baker.
Looking ahead to spring, we will welcome designer Markham Roberts to the BDC along with Sandra Nunnery, who are profiled on our "His" and "Hers" pages. If you missed Boston Design Market last fall, take a look at the pop-up luncheon the Jamestown creative team conjured in conjunction with Capers Catering. "Makers' Guild" pays a visit to the seaside studio of collage artist extraordinaire Jean Charles de Ravenel.As we transition through these winter months, we welcome your input and submissions. We have already received quite a few strong projects and are planning many more features on the valued showrooms and brands at the Boston Design Center. So! Please be in touch with ideas: firstname.lastname@example.org