This New York City Interior Designer believes that design rules are meant to be broken, but not when it comes to proper height and furniture spacing. When these basics are out of whack even the most delicious assortment of furnishings will seem off.
Last week ICFF was here once again, and we were there scoping out the latest and greatest interior design finds for our clients here in Manhattan.
This NYC Interior Designer spent the weekend traipsing the halls of Pier 94. Here are ASID’s Top Picks from the Architectural Digest Home Show:
Come with me to check out the new Gansevoort Hotel in Midtown Manhattan:
We’ve used this collection on our projects over the years, and we can sleep well at night knowing we’ve given our clients something super-sophisticated and safe
Lori’s book is a must-have for any earth conscious designer of residential spaces. It touches everything pertinent to environmentally sensitive design practice.
We’re starting 2011 with a top-secret hotel design!! Here are our predictions for the biggest hotel design trends of 2011:
Mistakes are costly, and the designer is the only one on the project team with the complete vision. Good planning is the only hedge against wasting money.
To paraphrase Corbusier, architecture is the play of light on form, and I think that’s the reason I love white. Its luminous quality unifies space.
Kitchens and bathrooms are by far the most important rooms in the house when it comes to remodeling, selling and buying. Interest in these highly specialized and technical areas of the home gobbles up a huge portion of HGTV and DIY Web sites, and is a specialty among designers like me.