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Talking Top Tens: Cortney Novogratz

Designer at The Novogratz

10.03.16

Cortney Novogratz and her husband, Robert, are proud parents of seven and the duo behind The Novogratz, an interior and product design firm that has successfully been in the design business for more than twenty-five years. The Novogratzes have had several product lines with retailers such as CB2, Bed Bath & Beyond, Old Navy and more, and are currently launching their own e-commerce site for holiday 2016. The two have also worked with many A-list clients and have had two successful television shows: Bravo’s 9 by Design, HGTV’s Home by Novogratz, as well as a digital series with People.com. For more information on The Novogratz, check out their website; blog; Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest accounts and grab a copy of their third book Beachside Bohemian: Easy Living By the Sea- A Designer Couple’s Refuge for Family and Friends available on Amazon October 18th. 

And more with Cortney Novogratz…

You current Netflix addiction:

House of Cards. Michael Kelly (Doug Stamper) is one of our best friends of 25 years. PS—Don’t tell anyone he is the nicest guy on the planet.

Favorite Instagram account to follow:

A secret talent we should know about:

I do a mean moonwalk. 

You decompress each day by:

A glass of bad red wine.

Your most recent culinary discovery and obsession:

Coast Kitchen at The Timber Cove resort we just designed on the Sonoma Coast. Executive Chef Phillip Kaufman is a genius! 

Your celebrity crush and why:

Robert Redford, because he is Robert Redford.

What’s the most exciting thing in your life right now?

We just launched a limited edition book with Chatbooks that lets you document how you spent your summer by having your Instagram photos printed into a book with stylish themes and interactive elements.

Your longest lasting friendship:

My husband Robert.

Go to work out song on your most recent playlist:

“Billie Jean” by Michael Jackson.

What do you love most about your work?

That we wear so many hats and it never gets boring.