Park Slope Book Editors Province
Our client, a Brooklyn based book editor, needed a cozy space in her duplex to relax as well as get those creative juices flowing for her clients. An elegant room with period details make this home a treat to visit.
New Development Model Apartment
Our clients, who are prominent developers along the NJ Gold Coast, wanted a more unique product to show their potential buyers.
We created a two bedroom apartment filled with unique and custom art, eclectic and vintage finds, as well as sophisticated wall coverings throughout. We wanted it to be a space that was not your traditional model home allowing buyers to have a more personal experience.
Union Square Development
Our team assisted the owner on a full condo conversion for this landmarked Union Square Building. Each of the five residences were thoughtfully designed with both aesthetics and practicality in mind as we took the entire building down to is bones and restored new life into it.
Washington Square Park Fun House
Our client, a startup finance genius needed a home to be a showstopper and play off his outgoing personality. This home needed to be a stimulating environment but also double as a cozy place to relax.
Quirky Upper East Side Residence
Perched high above the classic Upper East Side neighborhood, this apartment started as a generic developer grade “white box”. We wanted to interject personal aesthetic and style into the space as well as loud pops of color to reflect the owners personal items and taste.
Curated original artwork mixed with antiques and custom pieces make this a homey yet eclectic space high above the city.
Hudson River View Residence
Full Project Coming Soon - By including several thoughtful pieces of custom furniture and large scale original artwork, this new development project truly became a one of-a-kind home our clients love, check back soon after this project is published for full details.
Fort Greene Modern Scandinavian
Our client, in love with modern and in love with the clean lines of the Scandinavian feel wanted a cozy home they could come home to after a hard days work and enjoy time with the family.
Traditional Upper East Side Bath
In this classic Upper East Side apartment lived our client, a very non-classic, super fun person. We kept the classic lines and a notably sale-able black and white theme in case of the option of resale .
Carrara baseboard with non-traditional sized subway tiles made it look classic at first glance, but the more time you spend in the space, the more you notice the detail and craft involved.
Upper East Side Townhouse
We made budget conscious furnishing choices so that each room could be completed fully, rather than one room at a time. Our inspiration was keeping the home fitting within the neighborhood, but interjecting our patterns and fun elements, creating a sophisticated look for guests to enjoy.