BLOG - Bedroom
Thu, 2013-05-16 16:30 | by Haley
Designed by : Clos-ette
It seems every time we have a meeting at our site in SoHo, the conversation always dwells on one topic longer than the others: the master bedroom closet. The master closet is a luxurious space that is also very intimate. The key to how you present yourself to the world, much consideration should be given to how a closet presents itself. Our client has a space where creativity and problem solving are a must. I'm confident we'll find a solution that's beautiful and right for her.
Closet of fashion designer Nanette Lepore
This closet made the cut mostly because I love the lucite and brass chandelier.
Sleek and clean
I like the clothes contained behind glass doors in Nicki Hilton's closet
More like a department store than a closet, Mariah Carey's 12,000 sq ft closet may be the king of them all.
Multi levels always come in handy
Christina Aguilera's shoe closet is as dramatic as she is. (Kid not included)
Designed by : LA Closet Design
While not exactly a closet, I thought Aerin Lauder's dressing room was too pretty to pass up.
Tue, 2013-03-12 10:15 | by Haley
The most exciting part of this job is definitely seeing a finished project. So many of our projects have been completed and photographed lately that I can hardly keep up with the updates. Here's one we've been working on that turned out beautifully!!
This coffee table was custom designed by Carolina George!
Check out our Collector's Coffee Table in action
The wall is covered in our Harem fabric in orange on light blue.
I love this Lindsey Adelman chandelier.
Thu, 2013-03-07 16:15 | by Haley
A lot of you saw our Valentine's post where we featured the sofa from this custom bedroom we designed. Now you have a chance to see the room in its entirety. We are calling this a custom bedroom because we custom designed three pieces of furniture in this room: the sofa, the bed (complete with flat screen TV) and the shagreen side table. Enjoy!
Tue, 2012-10-09 10:25 | by Haley
There are a lot of reasons to love New York. One of which is the availability of really exciting, affordable things to do. I know."Affordable" isn't normally the term that comes to mind when you think of NYC. However, this past weekend was Open House New York. This is exactly what it sounds like. Hundreds of places across the city opened their doors to visitors with an interest in the arts and architecture. A few designers opened their own doors. I was fortunate enough to visit the Chinatown home of Kory Duman of Sayigh Duman Architects. The fifth story walk up apartment is in an old tenement building and had previously been hacked into a three bedroom place. Completely renovated, the space is now a one bedroom with an open floor plan. A bright chartreuse wall (the signature color of Sayigh Duman Architects) unapologetically claims your attention while custom designed furniture brings forth a cohesion. I didn't take my camera with me, as it was raining but found a full spread of photos at http://www.interiordesign.net/article/549321-City_of_Dreams.php
Living room and kitchen.
Custom designed by Sayigh Duman, these couch pieces can fit together to create a daybed.
The chartreuse wall opens into a pantry and a small bathroom.
Half bathroom tiled with old San Francisco subway tiles.
Upon renovation, this strip of original wallpaper was found on a column.
Bedroom and glass master bathroom.
Precisely lined subway tile gives this bathroom the feeling of folded over graph paper.
A view from across the street.
Thu, 2012-09-06 15:27 | by Haley
All of Manhattan's fashionistas will be out in full force tonight for Fashion's Night Out. Since everyone will be out, I took the liberty of peeking inside the homes of a few fashion designers. Some of these dwellings are clean and sophisticated. Others are a bit... over the top. But they all seem to reflect the personality of the designer that calls that place home.
Karl Lagerfeld : Paris Apartment Library
Peter Som : New York Apartment
Clean and eclectic. I love the ceiling beams and mid century accents.
Yves Saint Laurent : Paris Apartment
Nothing Baaashful about this room.
Anna Sui : New York Apartment
A bit dramatic, but with the black floors and heavy patterns looks every bit like Anna Sui.
Elie Saab : Paris Apartment
A nice mix of clean lines and frill, much like his designs.
Dolce and Gabanna : Portofino Home
This shining guest bedroom should have made an appearance on my gold blog!
Jill Stuart : New York Apartment
Fuchsia and the view dominate this room.
Diane Von Furstenburg : New York Apartment
This dramatic canopy competes with the crystalline architecture.
Kate Spade : New York Apartment
Complimenting colors with a very cool mirrored side table.
Ralph Lauren : New York Apartment
Clean lines with exciting pendant lamps.
Wed, 2012-05-23 09:55 | by Charlotte
I am beyond excited for an upcoming trip to Paris that my husband and I are planning! The last time we were there we stayed in a fabulous boutique hotel that I highly recommend called Hotel du Petit Moulin. Located in the trendy Marais district, each of the 17 brightly colored rooms was designed in a different style by famed fashion designer Christian Lacroix. The renovated 17th century building was the site of an ancient bakery, adding to the hotel's uniquely intimate vibe, but the eclectic personalities of the distinctly different rooms are why I'm hoping we'll stay there again this Christmas!
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