Elizabeth Ainslie started her own interior design firm almost twenty years ago while living in Dallas. Since that time she has completed residential projects in Dallas, New York, Long Island and Florida, which have appeared in several magazines and books. Elizabeth serves on the board of the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum and serves as Chairman of the museum’s Collections Committee, which oversees acquisitions. Through these efforts Elizabeth has had the opportunity to meet and work with many of the nation’s leading designers. She travels extensively sourcing finds for her own collections and for those at 96 – the shop currently features items discovered in Morocco, Turkey, France and the United Kingdom. Elizabeth is a graduate of Colby College and studied at the El Centro Design School. She is married and has two very tall sons.



Described by Architectural Digest for producing interiors that are “classic, comfortable and youthful”, Jeff Lincoln has established a reputation for creating interiors that both reflect the client’s taste as well as a sophisticated design sensibility that is keyed to the individual architectural characteristics of each project. Recent projects include a large ski house in Telluride, Colorado, a Georgetown townhouse and a duplex penthouse apartment on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. The firm also undertakes hospitality projects, including the complete renovation of the Tuscany Hotel in Manhattan and The Cooper Inn in Cooperstown, New York. The firm’s work is regularly covered in national publications such as Architectural Digest, House Beautiful, The New York Times, among many others.www.jefflincolninteriorsnewyork.com




The name Quadrille is synonymous with bold color and pattern. Shop our line of ready-made pillows in a riot of hues to line your outdoor banquet or cozy up the library. We carry all of Quadrille’s fabric collections to order and can custom make any pillow to size.Quadrille.com



Bunny Williams, one of the most accomplished interior designers working today, created her own furniture line, Bunny Williams Home, to address a void in the furniture market for pieces full of character that don’t sacrifice quality. Says Bunny, “… as I’ve found in my design work, pieces often work together not because they are alike but because they are different.” We carry a large sampling of her mirrors, case and upholstered pieces and accessories.BunnyWilliams.com



Firmly grounded in owner John Danzer’s knowledge of garden furniture history and material science, Munder Skiles is recognized for its artisan-like standards of comfort, craft and proportion. We can take any custom order or arrange an appointment with Munder Skiles for your outdoor or garden room furniture.Munder-Skiles.com



John Robshaw brings his years of travel and study in India to us with his lively collection of pillows. His painterly aesthetic and a love of color have turned the time honored tradition of block printing into an art all his own. John is a consultant to Aid to Artisans, which creates economic opportunities for craftspeople in developing nations, like Vietnam, Zimbabwe and Cambodia.JonRobshaw.com



Chesie Breen has worked in publishing and PR for over 20 years. She is currently Editor-at-Large for House Beautiful Magazine. She is also the Founding Editor of CLOVER MAGAZINE which is dedicated to delivering the best in design, art, fashion, and culture. She represents an A list roster of top interior designers and talents and works with 96Forest to curate trunk shows and special events with tastemakers and design professionals.CloverMag.com



Leontine Linens offers a couture service and product based on the belief that one’s linens should be a reflection and extension of the person’s lifestyle. Every product is meant to be used and enjoyed on a daily basis, not simply put in a drawer to be saved for special occasions. At the heart of Leontine’s philosophy is an artful approach to how one lives. 96 Forest loves Leontine and hosts trunk shows twice yearly and private appointments.LeontineLinens.com