London based interior designer, Rita Konig, has design in her blood. She’s the daughter of famed designer, Nina Campbell, yet has established herself as a knowledgable and sought after resource for what to do and where to get it. Rita writes a regular column for House and Garden and is the European editor for the New York Times T Magazine.
In addition to an established residential and commercial design career, Rita has a delightful assortment of her favorite home accessories offered on her website. But, what I really wish I could partake in is one of Rita’s workshops. Typically offered in her London townhouse, but occassionally offered in NYC, Rita spends the day with her guests and walks them through topics such as: lighting plans, paint colors, mixing fabrics, humanizing your bathrooms and where to find all her favorite products.
To see her latest workshop offerings, go here. How fun it would be to have tea with Rita, while discussing her favorite paint colors, fabric combos and entertaining hacks! I’ll be waiting for her next workshop in NYC and hope to see you there!