The Best Interior Designers in New York Right Now ⇒ It is indubitable that the world of design is filled with magnificent talent. Going from vintage to modern, from mid-century to contemporary, we owe the beauty of home decor to the interior designers who use their vision to create the perfect mise-en-scène. They were our inspiration to write a list of 10 of the best interior designers based in New York.
One of the historical names of North-American and New York’s Interior Design is Peter Marino. He founded in 1978 in New York City the Peter Marino Architect PLLC, an internationally acclaimed architecture, planning and design studio that also has several offices around the United States of America in major cities like Philadelphia or Miami.
His work has helped redefine modern luxury worldwide, emphasizing materiality, texture, scale, light and the constant dialogue between interior and exterior. That’s why this worldwide celebrated designer is widely considered one of the Top Designers of the World and his services are requested by the most iconic names in the fashion, businesses and art industries! That’s why Peter Marino has a rich catalogue of Luxury Design Projects and today we’ll show you a few of them!
Thomas O’Brien created Aero Studios in 1992 alongside William Sofield. Sofield left 3 years later and since then Thomas is the sole owner of the company. He is known for his “warm modernism” and the way he mixes vintage and modern in his interior design. O’Brien has established partnerships with many important American brands, even though his main focus lays on the design of private residences. He designed bath plumbing for Waterworks, textiles for Lee Jofa, tableware for Reed & Barton and designed a boutique for Emporio Armani, just to name a few.
A living room filled with light, decorated by neutral colours, one of the main trends for the fall-winter season.
The Alex Papachristidis Interiors was created in 1987 under the name Anderson, Papachristidis Interiors, a partnership between Alex Papachristidis and Leslie Anderson. When Anderson left in the mid-nineties and after the joining of Antoinette Raeymaekers in 1996 (and her departure in 2004), Papachristidis became the only owner of the company. He is known for his modern eye and described as an eclectic traditionalist.
A kitchen decorated with blue and white porcelain
Interior designer Dan Fink is the founder of the Dan Fink Studio. Fink has a high interest in history, art and the new American living. The work of the studio focus in residential and commercial projects, not only in New York but also in San Francisco, Washington DC, Los Angeles, Palo Alto, Maui and New Zealand. Their main purpose is to deliver an interior design that is both classic and modern.
Chinoiserie wallpaper bringing the element of tradition and blending with a modern sculptural table.
Jamie Drake and Caleb Anderson are two award-winning interior designers based in New York that set their goal at creating a luxurious and refined design in order to bring sophistication into the world of interior design. They created Drake/Anderson. Their trademark is their eclecticism, always proving that personality is crucial in the world of interior design. If Drake is praised for being one of the first designers to make Modernism famous in interior design, Anderson is capable of bringing a vast number of historical periods together.
The unexpected use of purple in a nineteenth-century Manhattan apartment
In 1992 Brian McCarthy founded his homonymous New York-based company Brian J. McCarthy Inc. Since then he has been decorating residences not only in New York but also all around the world. He was responsible for the design of the State Rooms in the Winfield House in 2005.
Brian J. McCarthy’s New York City office has a conference room that owns elements from multiple influences.
Based in New York City, Joe Nahem has been working for over 30 years in the industry. After the death of Tom Fox in 2003, with whom he created Fox-Nahem Associates, Joe Nahem has continued his path creating pieces that embody elegance and luxury. The materials he uses come from different parts of the world such as South Africa, Switzerland and Brooklyn. He is the interior designer that decorated Robert Downey Jr.’s house in the Hamptons.
This modern living room was decorated with a Ron Arad Sofa featuring an out of the ordinary touch, a Karl Springer Lucite cocktail table and armchairs by Gio Ponti that add a 30s look into this home decor.
Frank de Biasi
Based in New York City, Frank de Biasi Interiors was created in 2006. Frank de Biasi is known for his holistic approach which allied to his love for travelling makes his interior design unique. He uses colour and lighting as some of the main characteristics of his work.
The green mixed with the neutral colours bring a naturally bright interior design to this living room.
John & Christine Gachot
Interior designers John and Christine Gachot created Gachot Studios in 2012. The couple is experts not only in interior design but also in real estate and art direction. They seek to create a refined aesthetic with a strong sense of place. Their values lay on elegance and simplicity with special attention to detail.
The Thompson Hotel in New York, Tribeca. This hotel went through a makeover performed by the Gachot Studios. The atmosphere created goes back to midcentury furniture with the glamorous touch of black and gold.
John Ike, Thomas A. Kligerman and Joel Barkley
Ike Kligerman Barkley is a New York and San Francisco based architecture and interior design company formed by interior designers and architects Thomas A. Kligerman, John Ike and Joel Barkley that has been in the business for over 25 years. They focus mainly on the quality of the materials as well as in creating and decorating places where any style can fit.
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