• Breaking News: We’re Moving and Expanding

    Coming Soon: A New Gallery and Studio For the very first time, the complete PAGODA RED collection will be open to the public. The move is already underway—with the collections from…

  • Deng Ying: The Contemporary Folk Artist

    Beijing based artist Deng Ying embellishes small, everyday objects, such as porcelain plates, apothecary jars and paper hand-fans with playful, folk art scenes. The vignettes often feature the artist herself…

  • Book Report: Elegance in Japanese Art

    Here at PAGODA RED, we love to follow the connective thread that ties modern and ancient art together. Tracing a work of art back through time, to the very emergence of a particular…

  • Summer Thornton: The Modern Maximalist

    Interior designer Summer Thornton, of Summer Thornton Design, is known for her fearless use of saturated color, and her affinity for combining bold patterns and textures with seeming abandon. A self…

  • Then and Now: Modern Chinese Art Meets Ancient

    Join us for an EXPO CHICAGO satellite event and discussion with Dr. John Tancock of Chambers Fine Art NY and Helyn Goldenberg of Sotheby’s. Then & Now Exhibition: Thursday 9/27—Sunday 9/30,…

  • Xie Dong: Celebrating The Ephemeral

    Internationally acclaimed artist Xie Dong is known for her ability to render moments of poetic movement in porcelain. The way a pillow crumples, the way fabric ripples when touched by…

  • Julia Buckingham: Modern Meets Antique

    Here at PAGODA RED, we have a deep appreciation for designers who can mix modern and antique objects with aplomb. Julia Buckingham of Buckingham Interiors + Design (BID) is a master…

  • Donna Garlough: The Style Sherpa

    Donna Garlough is the Style Director for e-commerce giant Joss & Main. The long-time magazine editor, serial renovator and blogger is an expert at understanding how non-designers think about furnishing…

  • Grant K. Gibson: The Curated Home

    Interior designer Grant K. Gibson is known for creating well-edited spaces that manage to feel both personal and unique. We love the way he mixes pieces from disparate eras, to…

  • Elemental: Designing With Water

    In the practice of Feng Shui, the element of water is deeply symbolic. It serves as a physical metaphor for a person’s Qi, or life force, and plays a critical…

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