This beautiful 1800 square foot apartment had the beginnings of a stunning apartment in the heart of midtown. With bare white walls and mainly lighter furniture, the beautiful features that had been installed in the home were not being featured to their fullest potential. With the addition of color in paint, furniture and floor coverings we were able to bring this gorgeous space to life.

Before and After

Living Room

The main living are had 2 pieces reupholstered. The large white couch was reupholstered in a rich, plum colored velvet. A lighter purple herringbone covered the mid-century corner chair. A 3rd chair rounded out the sitting area and the fun fur bench was moved to a better spot. The blinds were updated with top up, bottom down shades and the wall color made all of the beautiful built ins pop. 

 Dining Room

This plum rug that coordinates with the reupholstered sofa not only brings a through line from the living room into the dining room, but it also turns the eye onto the olive green mid-century chairs and bench. The wall color draws attention to the luxury built in closets and lacquered credenza. 


A chair was placed in the office as additional seating and the sage green paint highlighted this oversized print on the wall opposite the desk. A piece of art gave a nod to the client's home town and a club chair and coordinating lamp were added to tie the space together. 

Guest Bathroom

By choosing a rich charcoal gray paint the counter tops took center stage and made the white stand alone tub and tiles pop. 

Guest Bedroom

The guest bedroom was amped up with a warm green. The bedding got an overhaul to reflect a spa like quality and custom art framed the bed making it a retreat for any visitor.

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Our recent client reached out to us in order to decorate his Madison Avenue office. This big time executive had a fantastic corner office with sweeping views of the city. He wanted to transform his space with bland, white walls to rustic luxe with a masculine feel.

 We started with a cool, gray tone paint and added a darker accent wall with a black lacquered stencil. The stencil gave the room an edgier feel that complimented the industrial ceilings and exposed pipes. Framed prints of theaters and opera houses were added to enhance the stenciled wall and work related art was hung to add depth and color.

The client already had an awesome rustic desk and leather chesterfield sofa, so we added 2 Timothy Oulton chairs to create extra seating and round out the room.

Most of the "wow factor" is in the details. Fun pieces like a mounted Rhino head and metallic crocodile book ends brought a playful feel to the space. A modern silver lamp brought a warm glow that accented the gorgeous, solid wood credenza we added for extra storage.

The finished product was a masculine office with edgy appeal. Perfect for welcoming clients and hosting after work cocktails.