In this lovely Brownstone resides my clients who have two adorable daughters and one more on the way. Six months after moving she still did not have the time or skill set to create a home for her and her family. She needed the help of an interior designer to create home that not only worked well with the architecture but also worked with her family loving lifestyle.
When doing our initial walk through I was happy to find out that she loves pattern and color plus we both have a fondness for wild flower arrangements and plants.
The formal sitting room is bright but elegant; great for kids and to receive guests.
The dining room is eclectic and full of patterns. The contrast of modern, traditional and tribal but still minimal.
The den has plenty of storage for toys, a soft rug to play on the floor, fun bright art and patterns plus a great sofa to build forts.
The initial 'bachelor pad' was sparse but had a clean modern palette and almost gallery-esque space to work with. We helped our client find art work whether paintings, custom mural, sculptural furnishings and accessories then curated each piece in his home.
All the pieces have an intent or story in addition to function. The stumps were salvaged from Brooklyn's Dominoe Sugar Factory is now used as stool to take off his shoes upon entering his home. The light fixtures not only add lighting, and depth, but are also the jewels that decorate the space. The custom dining dining table and desk are made of Sonekling wood which has tons of character and striations. With a jewel color palette we added richness to what was an otherwise white space.
In this one bedroom Piet -a- tiere we focused on the living room and added texture, patterns and art all while maintaining a neutral palette. A bit of an oxymoron but we were very happy and more importantly so were our clients.
International Cosmetics & Perfumes
This beauty industry office located in Chelsea needed life support when we came in. It had large cubicles that looked clinical and took up too much space, nothing represented their philosophy or their industry. In addition to adding design elements; we had to create double the workspaces because they were planning to expand and had to add a tremendous amount of new storage. This was accomplished with custom desks, storage units used either blend with the space to have dual purpose as storage and create privacy in an unique away. The conference room was recreated as a ‘think tank space’ with custom ombre sofa and mural.
Strive are rehab centers located in the heart of cities in the height of addiction. This particular center is located in Greensburg Pennsylvania.
Strive and Ana Claudia Design wanted to create a warm and inviting space for their patients and clinicians. These are outpatient centers and we wanted to encourage patients to return because of the high quality treatment but through the design of their spaces. We were thoughtful about each piece and how it would make one feel, it's function and since this a new endeavor for all budget was very important.
This Scenic home is located in Upstate New York. The house was built in the 1950s and hadn't been renovated since but we saw it's potential right away. It had tons of character but needed our help to highlight its beauty.
Before and after photos coming soon!
Before & After
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