I was hired by either the developer or the real estate broker to design and decorate these model apartments. All models are in new construction condo or rental buildings throughout Brooklyn and Queens.
The buyer of this apartment is most likely a first time home buyer and these are small one bedroom apartments on a tree lined street - so I wanted to bring the green and the city life inside.
This was a newly constructed building built to look old with the exposed brick. This is a first time homebuyer and I wanted to make the apartment look cozy, yet hip and cool.
This apartment is for the first time homebuyer. The challenge in this apartment were all of the built ins - in the kitchen and the bedroom.
These two bedroom apartments were set up as a master bedroom and home/office. I decorated this around someone that works from home - so I wanted it to be calm and soothing.
This building is a gut renovated brownstone walk up. I wanted to keep the furniture on a smaller scale to really show off the great brick walls and the details of the apartment.
I decorated this apartment for the successful single girl that loves to entertain and drink skinnygirl margaritas. Big open spaces and lot's of sunshine allowed me to use big, bright furniture.
I decorated this studio apartment for the world traveler. They use this duplex studio apartment as a pied-a-terre in the hip neighborhood of Williamsburg, while they stop over in NYC.
I decorated this model for the British ex-pat that just landed in NYC. They enjoy the nightlife and having a great time in the big city.
This apartment is in a high-rise in Williamsburg and is designed for the first time homebuyer. I did two apartments in this building - this one is the bachelor pad. A young guy, just out of college that works hard and enjoys the finer things in life.
This apartment is in a high-rise in Williamsburg and is designed for the first time homebuyer. I did two apartments in this building - this one is the bachelorette pad. A young girl, just out of college that works hard and enjoys the finer things in life.
This was a gut renovated walk up building and I wanted to keep the charm and feel of the old building. The exposed brick and the original wood floors were great to work with and keep exposed.
This was an old factory building converted into lofts geared towards the arts community in Ridgewood, Queens.The big walls, open spaces and light are perfect for art collections.