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.
Kitchen design and renovation in NYC can present a dizzying array of options for kitchen countertops. Here is a roundup of popular options, with pros and cons…
A few years ago,this NYC interior designer thought bamboo towels and home textiles were the eco-rage until the FTA blew the horn off the bamboo textile industry
A homeowner will be exposed to gamma radiation from the granite. Inhalation of radioactive granite dust during installation is a far greater hazard.
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.
This Manhattan interior designer is always on the lookout for a great sleeper sofa, as it's almost a necessity for those who live in NYC. Here are our top picks
Never place a large mirror in front of your bed! This is a big no-no in Feng Shui. Having a mirror in front of your bed can redirect harmful chi back at you.
Put simply, an induction-cooker element ("burner") is a powerful, high-frequency electromagnet, with the electromagnetism generated by sophisticated electronics in the "element" under the unit's ceramic surface. When a good-sized piece of magnetic material such as a stainless steel skillet is placed in the magnetic field that the element is generating, the field transfers ("induces") energy into that metal.
In hopes of avoiding the last minute scramble to try and make the virtually impossible happen for a client, I wanted to provide a post on basic tenant fit-out costs in NYC. We want our potential clients to be armed with the proper information to plan wisely, from both a timing and a budget standpoint.
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