woodlawn pendant
atwater wall sconce
peony pendant


Welcome to our Designer-to-Designer video series, featuring the talented designers who have collaborated with Hudson Valley Lighting, Troy Lighting, Corbett Lighting, and Mitzi. Through intimate one-on-one interviews, the designers share valuable insights into their creative journeys, including their processes and inspirations over the years. From milestone projects to their latest collections, discover the transformative power of lighting through the eyes of these industry leaders.

Dabito & Natalie Papier

Artistry and joy underscore the playful designs of Mitzi Tastemakers Dabito and Natalie Papier. In this thought-provoking chat, the designers share personal narratives, including their upbringings and love of color. Praising design as an emotional venture, they discuss methods of guiding clients outside their comfort zones into spaces where they truly feel seen. Whether introducing a pop of color with a bold lamp or using an understated pendant to provide breathing room, their thoughtful designs rise above functionality to inspire connection. 

Kelly Behun & Martyn Lawrence Bullard

What do Martyn Lawrence Bullard’s and Kelly Behun’s designs have in common? Confidence. From a young age, both Martyn and Kelly exhibited a knack for design, which has since blossomed into their award-winning careers. While they share a penchant for bold eclecticism and a willingness to push boundaries, it is an insistence on making clients feel at home that underlies both practices. From chic white portables to extravagant chandeliers, Martyn and Kelly’s latest collections for Corbett Lighting and Hudson Valley Lighting, respectively, are nothing short of spectacular.

Megan Molten & Anthony D'Argenzio

While their inspirations vary, Mitzi Tastemakers Megan Molten and Anthony D'Argenzio share a classic-meets-modern design philosophy. Both designers hold business degrees, which helps them balance the creative and technical sides of their careers. While Megan’s studio in Charleston focuses on a modern coastal aesthetic, Anthony takes inspiration from vintage silhouettes and fine craftsmanship. To design a layered lighting scheme, the pair discuss blending textures, metals, and finishes to create a collected-over-time look. Discover more about these Tastemakers and how their latest Mitzi collections are making waves in modern homes.