Homepolish wrote about my Union Square project for their magazine. It’s a lovely read with pictures by Daniel Wang. You can see the piece HERE. I loved this project, which started with a big box of an empty space, and a small bathroom in strong need of a complete gut. I worked with my client… Read more »
Apartment Therapy did a story on the loft I worked on to create a home for a family in TriBeCa. They are calling it a “Before & After”, though it’s more of an “Empty & Full” kind of situation.
I am excited to be working with Homepolish. I have been blessed with some amazing clients. This project was so fun to do. We started out just working to update the living and dining space, but then added 3 bathrooms in need of gut renovations. You can read the story HERE. All photographs by Lindsay Brown. XO.
We’ve been working away on the living and entry space on my latest job and I have to say I’m very happy with how things have turned out. Mostly, I’m happy that my clients and their family seem so excited with their updated digs. That’s really the thrill here. Watching people enjoy the space that… Read more »
When I first sat down with my clients to talk about what they dreamed their home to be, they confessed to not knowing what they like, but knowing what they don’t like. So, we started with broad strokes: Favorite (and least favorite) colors. Favorite artists and music. Which movies or shows have a design style that they love?… Read more »
Hey everyone! Here’s the next episode of Eyesore! With Rachel Dratch & Alec Holland. This time we help turn around an office, somewhat literally. Why have a desk facing a wall when you can be faced to look out a beautiful window all day? Go to People.com to watch, or just click the link below. Enjoy! XO…. Read more »
Happy Monday. Here’s another episode of Eyesore! This time, the issue at hand is a great outdoor space that’s being used like a big junk drawer. Love how simple and yet major this makeover is. Go to People.com or just click below. Enjoy. Xo. EYESORE! EPISODE #3
It should be made clear that, while I am showing all the things I picked for this renovation, I had nothing to do with installing or building or tiling or wiring or painting a single thing. The contractor and his amazing team made everything look perfect and complete. I have to say that I really… Read more »