Alec grew up in a home where mid century furniture ruled, and as a child, he was obsessed. His parents’ love of design became the basis for his own aesthetic of clean lines, subtle details and the calmness that comes with having everything in its place.
Throughout Alec’s life, design has been a crucial part of the journey. Whether it was writing about furniture (he was the first West Coast editor of the decor blog Apartment Therapy) or working in set design (he helped decorate the interior facade windows in the Paris Hotel in Los Vegas), design has played an integral role.
Once back home in New York, Alec was reminded of how important interior design can be. One’s home should be a respite from the constant tumult of the outside world. Alec gives his clients a space they can come home to at the end of a long day and feel immediately calmed. Homes that are vibrant and full of energy, or homes that are simple and serine… Alec feels his true talent is in making anyone’s space beautiful, comfortable and a joy to come home to.