Kerri Rosenthal’s Very Colorful Westport Flagship, & More Design Dispatches

See more from Brizo, John Robshaw, and Kindel.

Rectangular Raincan Showerhead In Context Copy


Brizo unveiled the new Frank Lloyd Wright bath collection—a suite of lavatory faucets, tub fillers, shower components and accessories developed with the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. Channeling the late architect’s genius, the collection draws design elements from Wright’s work. “Staying true to Frank Lloyd Wright’s vision of reinvention was core to our product development,” says Judd Lord, Senior Director of Industrial Design, “and the foundation’s incredible knowledge and deep reverence for that vision has been invaluable.” Wright’s philosophy and six principles of organic architecture are reflected throughout the collection—simplicity, individuality, belonging, palette, substance and integrity—and illustrated in details like the cantilevered spout design, innovative side-stream water flow, and the texture and color of the Guyana teak. Shop the collection here and through Waterware Showrooms.

Zoom Quiltshot Rasi


John Robshaw has traveled the world, working with artisans to develop his signature block-print fabrics. Now he has consolidated his treasures in a Connecticut retail store and studio, The Shop at John Robshaw, at 5 Route 7 North in Canaan. The renovated 1840s farmhouse showcases favorite finds amassed over the years, including textiles, furniture and antiquities, and, of course, his beautiful bedding. A design studio resides on the second floor, and an adjacent barn offers more antiques, jewelry, upholstery and fabric by the yard.

Dorothy Draper Co Jefferson Chair White Gold 2


For two decades Kindel furniture has been presenting designs from Dorothy Draper’s extensive volume of work at iconic hotels like the Carlyle and Hampshire House in New York City, the Fairmont in San Francisco and the Greenbrier in West Virginia. The Grand Rapids company recently introduced a new made-to-order collection of Dorothy Draper by Carleton Varney designs, which includes reimagined dining and bedroom pieces, occasional furniture and an upholstery selection of chairs and sofas. Shop the collection here.



In August, Kerri Rosenthal moved across town from the Sconset Square location into an expanded flagship shop at 181 Main Street in downtown Westport. Situated in a historic building, the 3900-square-foot space features two levels. The main floor includes a retail area for Kerri Rosenthal apparel and home décor, plus in-store interior design services. The mezzanine houses an original art gallery. Designed by Mojo Architecture and Design, the modern interior is light and bright. The shop welcomes retail, trade and wholesale clients.