ADAC: Behind the Windows
The eighth installment of ADAC: BEHIND THE WINDOWS is a celebration of individuality and the art of personal expression. The featured designers, all from the southeast, have created vignettes showcasing products they not only designed, but are also represented in showrooms at ADAC. From furniture and lighting to wallcoverings and fabrics, the designers’ high-end home furnishings are not only well-crafted, but they come with a unique point of view that is sure to inspire.
The best way to experience ADAC: BEHIND THE WINDOWS is to visit ADAC and see them in person!
Rivers Spencer | Rivers Spencer Interiors
New Orleans, Louisiana
Represented at Tritter Feefer Home Collection
Growing up in Jackson, Mississippi, Rivers learned the elements of classic southern design which has served as her foundation in creating her own timeless style. With her passion for creating beautiful things, Rivers throws herself headlong into learning every aspect of the design industry
Julianne Taylor | Taylor Burke Home
Charleston, South Carolina
Represented at Taylor Burke Home
Julianne Taylor has quickly emerged as one of the home décor industry’s most prominent female entrepreneurs. Taylor Burke Home’s bold, unexpected and sophisticated designs are highly sought after by premiere interior designers across the nation.
Matthew Quinn | Matthew Quinn Collection
Represented at Design Galleria Kitchen and Bath Studio
Matthew Quinn, celebrated Kitchen, Bath, and Product Designer, has worked around the world providing his clients with original and memorable environments and products that work seamlessly within those spaces. Inspired by his clients – their surroundings, lifestyles and desires- Matthew collaborates with them to design the perfect fit for the way they live.
Hutton Wilkinson | The Tony Duquette Studios
Beverly Hills, California
Represented at Jim Thompson and Baker Furniture
Hutton designs residential and commercial interiors internationally which have been featured, along with his one-of-a-kind precious jewelry, in shelter and fashion magazines, including Elle, Harpers Bazaar, New York Times, Paper City, Town & Country, VERANDA, Vogue, and W as well as publications in Japan, Russia, Germany, France, Great Britain and South America.
Cindy Barganier | Cindy E Barganier Interiors, LLC
Pike Road, Alabama
Represented at Travis & Company
Cindy’s carefully edited work is typically characterized by the use of architectural salvage and a look of casual elegance. She often incorporates her own paintings and custom-designed furniture pieces; as well as unique “fabric art”.
Dee Simmons, ASID | Dee Simmons Interiors
St. Simons Island, Georgia
Represented at Martin Nash
From the jewel tones of her textiles to the rare agate geodes she sources from around the globe, Dee’s eponymous line, Delinah Simmons, is a reflection of her travels and love for fashion and art.
John Hall Nelson | John Hall Nelson Interiors
Represented at J Nelson
An active supporter of the design community, John Nelson’s tastes reflect those of a mid-century modernist, adding a minimal amount of contemporary and current trend, while playing on scale and proportion through use of ancestral antiques and found objects. He often combines unique color palettes of varying hues and textures, not only to balance a room setting, but also to add an element of visual surprise.