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Monday, May 17, 2010

Co-founder of the famed and respected interior design firm Parish-Hadley Associates (1962-1999), Sister Parish's (1910-1994) influential style legacy continues to impact today's design world.  In 2001, her granddaughter, Susan Barlett Crater, and protege, Libby Cameron, established Sister Parish Design - a collection of wallpaper and fabric, with design patterns and details lifted from the traditions of Sister Parish inspired rooms.  In November 2009, Crater & Cameron published Sister Parish Design: On Decorating, a watercolor illustrated design book which includes a casual dialogue among the authors and noted present day decorators on the fundamentals of achieving a Sister Parish decor.  Most recently, I spotted Sister Parish's life and work highlighted in the May issue of Vogue & the June issue of Town & Country magazines.

Vogue, May 2010

Susan Bartlett Crater (left) and Libby Cameron (right) - Founders of Sister Parish Design and Authors of Sister Parish Design: On Decorating.  Pictured with Fabrics from their Collection.

On Decorative Pillow, Sister Parish Design's Sunswick Pink.

On Ottoman (bottom right corner) Sister Parish Design's Burma Brown.

Town and Country, June 2010.
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