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BESPOKE design

BESPOKE design

The word ‘bespoke’ is just a fancy word for ‘custom’. Whichever word you prefer, there is something very special about creating an item that has never been seen before! The possibilities are endless when designing something from scratch. Color, size and details are all unique to the parameters of the project and the clients personal style preference.

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The word ‘bespoke’ is just a fancy word for ‘custom’. Whichever word you prefer, there is something very special about creating an item that has never been seen before! The possibilities are endless when designing something from scratch. Color, size and details are all unique to the parameters of the project and the clients personal style preference.

Do you want to see the artisans at work creating these beautiful bespoke pieces? Here is a sneak peak from a custom upholsterers workroom who specializes in both residential and commercial projects. We utilized their services to create a very large sectional for a pre-war coop in Manhattan. The size had to be fabricated to fit through an unusually narrow doorway and small freight elevator. The soft chenille fabric was from Greenhouse Fabrics, a trade only resource based out of North Carolina.The end result was beautiful as you can see!

Our kitchen designs also require the highest level of workmanship. We utilize the services of custom cabinetmakers to achieve our preferred look for the homeowners to enjoy. Details such as soft close drawers, utility cabinets, and hidden charging stations can be incorporated easily when making items to spec. With our guidance, the homeowners have the ultimate in customization choices from paint color or stain, to the height and trim details of each cabinet door! Here is a sneak peak of the master carpenters at work for a current kitchen project we have in progress.

 

July Design Newsletter, 2022

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June Design Newsletter, 2022

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KBIS/IBS 2022, Part 1

The Kitchen & Bath Show (KBIS), combined with the International Builder Show (IBS) was the place to be in Orlando, Florida last week. Well attended and filled with stunning solutions, the obvious focus was on COLOR in the home!

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The common element throughout is good design. There’s always a reason why an element is chosen for a certain place, whether it’s a colorful painting in a room or a specific fabric on a chair. There’s also a functionality to every item that is unique to each project’s solution. It’s sort of like an oversized jigsaw puzzle with a place and reason for each piece.

“Your rooms are like a painting. Each component is a brushstroke to create the whole picture. It’s magic every time!”