A painting of two women holding each other while dancing, both wearing black long dresses, brown hats, with mainly neutrals, greens and reds throughout the painting.
AT THE MOULIN-ROUGES, TWO WOMEN WALTZING BY HENRI DE TOULOUSE-LAUTREC. WORKS FROM THE NATIONAL GALLERY IN PRAGUE. PHOTO BY: JAN SEDLÁK, HENRI DE TOULOUSE-LAUTREC, ODEON, PRAHA 1985. PUBLIC DOMAIN.

Today and every day, we celebrate the pioneering queer women who helped to shape the interior design industry. The erasure of women — particularly queer women — from history is a troubling phenomenon and underscores the importance of sharing the stories of these lesbian and bisexual women who left their mark on design.