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I was brought in to look at this apartment as soon as my client purchased the space. We decided right away that it was going to be a complete gut job. I hired the contractor and architect and oversaw all stages of the construction process. I designed the kitchen, bathrooms, outdoor terraces and filled the client's home with a combination of modern and mid-century modern furniture and beautiful lighting.


In this project, we combined two apartments in a classic, pre-war building in the heart of SoHo. My clients live overseas so I managed the day to day construction project on the ground for them.We wanted to keep the authenticity of the wood beams and exposed brick, but juxtapose it with modern flair so we painted the brick, re-stained the beams, brought in new floors and added a modern Bulthaup kitchen. It was important for my client to have pops of color (blue being a favorite), so I incorporated it throughout the apartment as evident in the fabulous kitchen lighting and oversized sectional.


The plan for this classic Boerum Hill townhouse  was a design mix of new and vintage furniture and lighting. Working around the beautiful and original mouldings, tin ceiling (which we painted white) and fireplaces, I incorporated plush fabrics, vintage furniture  finds as well as painted the walls in the parlor room a beautiful deep blue.


Located on Georgica Pond, this classic Hamptons Francis Fleetwood home, was completely renovated once I took on the project and completed in 2016. I hired the contractor and architect and designed the new kitchen, bathrooms and furnished this home. A pool house was added the following summer with interiors I also designed.


A quintessential post modern style shingled home was bought by my clients as a weekend and summer family home. I wanted to make this grand home feel cozy and kid friendly while showcasing the homeowner’s fantastic art collection as well as their love for entertaining.


My clients had been contemplating whether to buy something new or renovate their existing home. The decision was finally made and we began the ground up construction in October and the home was ready for move in the following June. The builder/contractor and I worked hand in hand to make this project run smoothly and efficiently. Since the home is a summer getaway, we kept to a minimal budget, and their wishes for a clean, modern, casual and livable family, entertaining home.


This Orienta Point New England style home on the water was completely renovated and decorated. I oversaw all aspects of the construction process and designed the new kitchen, bathrooms and wine room. The décor needed to be family friendly but high styled and with beautiful lighting and colors to capture the feel on the water.


This beautifully appointed and sun-filled home needed a refresh. I introduced softer colors and a new palette to complement artwork we purchased together to give this home chic sophistication.


A beautiful Georgian style home with a wrap around porch was built in 1867. My goal when designing this home was to stay true to certain aspects of the home’s original character while infusing transitional, some modern and mid-century modern furnishings and pops of color.


This elegant, newly built sunny and large scale home needed it’s interiors to be designed with chic sophistication while also making it family friendly and warming up the austere high ceilings and large rooms. I mixed modern and mid-century and added some incredible lighting which added  to the wow factor. 


I have worked closely with these clients since they bought this beautiful 1926 home on a bucolic street in the Westchester suburbs. Over the years, we have renovated the bathrooms, the kitchen and decorated the entire home giving it an updated transitional feel while mixing in the home owner’s love for mid-century modern pieces. We have incorporated art and have made it family friendly, warm and inviting to entertain family and friends.


This modern ranch style home on a beautiful inlet was designed with the focus on modern and mid-century modern décor. Since it sits on the water with floor to ceiling windows and doors, our focus was not to obstruct any views, bring in the blue of the water , purchase fabulous lighting that would reflect off the water in the evening and be functional but chic for entertaining family and friends. This house is still a work in progress.

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