Rinfret is featured in a six page feature in the 2018 Andrew Martin Interior Design Review, Volume 22, as one of the 100 top interior designers in the world. This is the fourth time that Rinfret has been included in this annual Interior Design Review book, and Volume 22 marks the third year in a row. Richly illustrated with over 1000 color photographs, the Andrew Martin Design Review has been dubbed "The Oscars of the Interior Design World” by the Sunday Times.
“Opulence Defined” features ten pages of a Rinfret, Ltd. project in Greenwich, CT that is “perfectly appointed” down to every last detail of the 17,000 square foot Georgian house. Click here for the full article.
The new Rinfret, Ltd. Design Studio at 39 Lewis Street is featured with beautiful images in this issue, as well as three pages of editorial on the Rinfret Bath A-List Winner and Rinfret Kitchen A-List Finalist.
Rinfret is featured in a four page spread in the 2017 Andrew Martin Interior Design Review, Volume 21, as one of the 100 top interior designers in the world (with only 12 other designers from the United States). This is the third time that Rinfret has been included in this annual Interior Design Review book, and Volume 21 marks the second year in a row. Richly illustrated with over 1000 color photographs, the Andrew Martin Design Review has been dubbed "the Bible of interior design.”
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2017 athome A-List Awards Winner
In September 2017 Rinfret was a finalist in two categories for the 8th annual athome A-List Awards (Bath and Kitchen) at the Stamford Palace Theater and she brought home the first place award for Best Bath.
It's all about that headboard! The Connecticut-based designer and author conjures a magical retreat with the help of a showstopping souvenir.
Living Large: Tommy Hilfiger's Plaza Hotel Penthouse
This edition of Living Large takes us to one of the most exclusive places in Manhattan: the top of the iconic Plaza Hotel. And that's not even the best part. The penthouse duplex belongs to Tommy Hilfiger. CBS 2's Emily Smith reports.
Cindy Rinfret speaks about how she was inspired by the natural Vail landscape when designing the interiors of this ski-in ski-out home. The result is an organically beautiful place.