Talented designer Laura Martin Bovard chose PPD pieces for a pool house project in California in 2013.
PPD select pieces were chosen to be on the high profile decor site One Kings Lane August 2012-Present
Featured in the May 2008 Hamptons Cottages and Gardens magazine under "What's New: Out of the Box". "Dive In: Vintage bathing suits become framed works of art with Petrie Point Designs".
Featured in the April 2009 issue of Interior Design magazine's Design Wire section: "Reuse a la Mode"
Featured in Hamptons Magazine's June 2008 issue: "Water Baby: One Long Island Designer is turning yesterday's toys and togs into today's treasures."
Featured in the April 2008 Coastal Living issue Currents section: "Bathing Beauties"
P.P.D. featured in the Apartment Therapy/Ohdeedoh 2010 Holiday Giveaway
Petrie Point Designs "Carmel" piece included in the D.I.Y. fashion, lifestyle inspiration guide book "P.S. - I Made This..." by fashionista and superb-stylist Erica Domesek. Available in bookstores and on Amazon now!
Featured on Design Sponge January 2008: “if you’re not into the whole diy/fleamarket thing and would prefer to buy something pre-made, susan petrie-badertscher of petrie point designs has got you covered. I love the way they play with nostalgia”
Featured in the Summer 2008 issue of Newport Life magazine "Made in the Shade: The Evolution of the Swimsuit"
“Love the assortment of framed vintage swimsuits (and toys) at Petrie Point Designs.” Featured on Simple + Pretty blog, May 6, 2009
Featured in the November 2008 issue of Pregnancy Magazine in book and online under "Love This!" and in the Editors letter
Petrie Point Designs had a great time at the January 2009 New York International Gift Fair. Take a look at our booth and a great blog mention on ”www.goodbonesgreatpieces.com” created by a tres chic mother/daughter design team!
Featured in the Shelter Island Reporter June 2008: "New Business Well-Suited to Old Timers."
Featured Oh Dee Doh blog, March 2008: : A 1930s roadster with Donald Duck and Pluto are brought back to life for another chance at glory. Items with a previous history are renewed and made to bring a bit of whimsy and quirk to your nursery."
Featured on the Bedlam of Beefy blog under "Beachy Keen"..."I came across these novel finds from Petrie Point Designs. Founder Susan Petrie-Badertscher came up with the ingenious idea of framing vintage bathing suits from the 1920's through the 1960's (and) well-loved children's pieces. Such a great way to appreciate a bit of yesteryear." May 2008.
Featured on Betty Newman's Trendspotting May 2009: " The way each piece pays homage to those intricately designed suits is spectacularly amazing!"
“Everything old is new again. And then framed. Susan Petrie-Badertscher takes one-of-a-kind children’s clothing and toys from the 1920’s through the 50’s and frames them in shadow boxes to create some of the most original interior decor I’ve ever seen”:www.coolmompicks.com, July 13, 2009