JOURNAL: CONSIDERING DESIGN
Many of the Manhattan apartments I’ve designed have little to no designated space for dining. But that doesn’t mean you need to resort to a TV tray in your living room for dinner!
This gorgeous kitchen would fit in any grand European manor house, yet it’s far from the rustic or distressed look one often sees described as “Old World.” To achieve this look, I thought back to my days of studying art at the Sorbonne and visiting the Musee du Louvre.
The work crew is putting the banquette cushions into place in my client’s new kitchen, which is going to be gorgeous when it’s finished – all shades of silvers, grays, and taupes. Stay tuned!
A few years ago, I was quoted in Window and Wall Ideas magazine, “Never be afraid to go bold with colors.” Here’s how I incorporated color into my daughter’s high school bedroom. Now an actress, Amanda’s personality is reflected in the dramatic fuchsias and aubergines that I used. The colors are also a perfect foil […]