Robert Leleux (President) is the former editor of domino magazine, and the former managing editor of Lonny. His essays and articles have appeared in such publications as The New York Times, The New York Times Magazine, and The Huffington Post. He is also the author of three books—The Memoirs of a Beautiful Boy, The Living End, and the forthcoming Southern Style Now™ .
Founded in 1998, Amanda Nisbet Design has become one of the east coast's arbiter of enduring elegance. With a design portfolio that includes numerous high-end residential projects in the United States, Canada and Europe, her work fulfills her clients' desire for refined environments while timelessly meeting family life demands required of an interior.
Untethered by design rules, Amanda brings a fresh, energetic approach to
the traditional sense of luxury. Color, texture, and form blend to create her trademark comfortable elegance. Her work seamlessly balances function and style, Classicism and Modernism in beautifully unexpected ways.
Amanda believes in keeping both her company and number of projects small, thus affording her control and commitment to each project. Her understanding of each client is the part for the unique and defining palette of colors, finishes, and solutions.
AND is published in Elle Decor, House Beautiful, House and Garden, Southern Accents, O at Home, Town and Country, Traditional Home, Home, Manhattan, Quest, New York Spaces, New York Home, Hamptons, HC and G, The New York Times, Veranda, The Wall Street Journal, and The Washington Post. Amanda is regularly featured in many acclaimed design blogs and books, as well as a popular speaker at design events.
Amanda launched AND Textiles, available at Travis & Company in Atlanta and Tigger Hall Design in Australia. She created a lighting collection in partnership with The Urban Electric Company, a furniture and lighting collection with Niermann Weeks, and a rug collection in partnership with Studio Four NYC.