Archive for 2009

Feature in CS Interiors: Boudoir Star

In the December issue of CS Interiors, Bedrooms by Brynne was featured, titled “Boudoir Star: A Former Playboy set designer crafts a new set of queen-size bedroom skills.” Click the images below to enlarge.

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In Chicago Home & Garden

Bedrooms by Brynne mentioned in Chicago Home & Garden online, click here to see.

“I bumped into decorator Brynne Rinderknecht at a NeoCon party last month, and we caught up on life and some recent projects that she’s been working on. Brynne used to style sets for Playboy photo shoots, and branched off into her own biz, Bedrooms by Brynne a couple of years ago. She’s got a great eye, a flair for drama, and the ability to transform spaces using what clients already own as well as new pieces. This pic is from a job she did in Wicker Park (I’m enchanted with that chandelier), and I’m eager to see how a Hyde Park home that she described as “fresh Old Hollywood” turns out.”

Featured on Material Girls Site: Have Some Fun in the Bedroom

Recently featured in a profile on the Material Girls website titled “Have Some Fun in the Bedroom.”

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Photo Set Project

Recently, I worked on set design and props for a project with inspiring artist and photographer, Saverio Truglia.  This was a study on plastic dry cleaning bags left to the imagination and hands of children–unsupervised. Click here for more information or see the shots below.

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Boudoir Confessions by Bedrooms by Brynne

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Bedrooms by Brynne was  recently featured in the Bride’s Society: 7 Ways to Romance you Bedroom.
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Niche Versus Nowhere: Feature in High Point Market

Sometimes it takes a semi-outsider to recognize a niche. Brynne Rinderknecht, a set designer and stylist for Playboy Magazine found herself answering all kinds of questions from friends and friends-of-friends about creating sexy, seductive bedrooms. A few years of this, combined with the enthusiastic response she received from readers who wrote in to ask about the lamp, the throw, the wallpaper, and not the model(!) in the picture, and Rinderknecht, realized she was on to something. The result is Bedrooms by Byrnne, a luxury boudoir design service. The purpose is “to create tasteful and seductive stories for the bedroom that improve the quality of your days and nights.” It’s proven to be a very successful market position.

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