Researching tiles for Kitchen backsplashes - No better place to look other than the Tile Museum in Lisbon, Portugal! These hand painted tiles sure do add multiple layer to a space.
Coffee Table or Ottomans? For our Upper East Side Residence project, we decided to go with hexagon leather ottomans! These ottomans are great for comfort and space to put a tray or books.
A day at the Noguchi Museum is quite inspiring to gather more ideas on conceptual lighting.
Entry way décor is important as it sets the mood for the rest of the space. So why not add a piece that is bold and ornate like this sculptural wall mirror. A piece of our Battery Park Residence project.
Texture and layers are important in making most designs come alive, so here is a close up shot of our Dining Table center piece for our Upper East Side Client.
Happy Friday! Now it’s time for the weekend and these fluffy poofs sure do the trick for relaxation. A detail shot of our upcoming Battery Park project.
The holidays are approaching, and I am beginning to think about all the beautiful accessories and arrangements for dinner parties and festivities. I love the colors and details of this set up we did a few years ago, I hope you do too.
How to make a foldable Mid-Century Chair look a bit more stylish: A geometric patterned fabric seat!
Finding inspiration through Ricardo Bofil’s creation of Walden 7, a brutalist housing complex in Barcelona,Spain. All of the architectural details are so fascinating.
A well lit wall sconce to help accentuate the nightstand-Not to mention some green! Another detail shot of our Upper East Side project.