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5.12 Creating a Livable Home That Reflects Who You Are

Interview with Christiane Lemieux

Christiane Lemieux is a designer, entrepreneur, investor and author. Christiane introduced her European lifestyle brand LEMIEUX et CIE into the United States in August 2020, coinciding with the recent launch of her first business book “Frictionless: Why the Future of Everything Will Be Fast, Fluid, and Made Just for You" (Harper Collins Business), which published on June 23rd, 2020. Prior to starting her newest ventures, Christiane was the Founder of THE INSIDE and the former CEO of her direct-to-consumer (D2C) home furnishings brand. She was the Co-Founder of Cloth & Company and the Founder of DwellStudio, which was purchase by Wayfair, the world’s largest online home furnishings retailer, in 2013. Christiane served as the Executive Creative Director of Wayfair until 2016. Christiane is a frequent contributor to Architectural Digest, Apartment Therapy, Editor At Large and other design outlets. Lemieux authored her first book, “Undecorated” (Random House/Clarkson Potter) to critical acclaim in 2011; her second best selling book (still #1 in Interior Decoration & Ornament on Amazon) “The Finer Things” also was published by RH/CP in 2016. Looking ahead, Christiane's fourth book and fifth books are slated for publication in 2020 and 2021, “Provenance” and “The Everything Home,” respectively. Recently, Christiane entered the television space as co-host and judge on “Ellen’s Design Challenge” - a furniture design competition show on HGTV. Lemieux was highlighted as one of Fortune’s 2012 "Most Powerful Women Entrepreneurs” and is a graduate of Parsons School of Design and Queen’s University in Canada. Christiane sits on the board of “Every Mother Counts,” the non-governmental organization (NGO) started by Christy Turlington Burns to fight maternal mortality and support women, babies and health care providers.
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