If you are wondering what the difference is between industrial loft and contemporary style or between modern vintage and mid-century modern, this quick style guide is just a peek at some of the 200+ projects we have created. This portfolio may even identify your own personal style. Don't worry, if your aesthetic isn't shown below, we haven't had the pleasure of meeting you yet!
Born out of a blend of Mediterranean cultures and historical influences, spanish design is vibrant, colorful, and comfortable. Elements such as carved wood doors, pottery patterned tiles, wrought iron, and wood furniture come together to create a relaxing rejuvenating, and creative spaces.
This is an aspect of modernist design is known for its clean lines, large open planned interiors, vivid colors, and interactive indoor-outdoor areas. Think elegant and functional common space and a focus on bring the future into the home and vice-versa.
Though many colors are used. the color scheme tends to range from greens and browns to oranges, yellow and blues.
This style is inspired by the conversion of warehouses into living spaces. Here, raw industrial elements play against rough textures, recycled materials, and found objects. Imagine exposed brick and beams, steel and ductwork paired with rustic...
Cozy, rustic and warm are a few words that describe country or cottage style. Think wood pottery, ward and muted corlors, greenery and natural materials designed to create intimate spaces. this style can be tracked back to a range of traditions from English to Tuscan and Scandinavian to French accessories.
The design looks to European styles of the past from English to Neoclassical to bring elegance, opulence, and comfort into modern spaces. Winged-back chairs, lacquered dark wood furniture, pale base colors, and rich highlight colors are hallmarks of this timeless style.
The modern vintage design blends the old and the new, bringing an elegant, old fashioned feel to a variety of interior spaces.
This style pair favorite inherited antiques and "aged"pieces with modern accents, warm colors, soft lines, and curves for a home that embraces the past and welcomes the future.
Currently in design phase
This 1749 sq.ft Post WW2 Three(3) bed, Two and a half(2.5) bath located in Westchester will be undergoing a huge facelift! Studio Blu Inc., was hired to space plan, design interiors as well as give a new look to the exterior.
Kids & Teen Rooms
More projects coming soon.
We happily serve clients Tots to teens! Honestly, these are the most fun projects we do because we can crank up the volume with color. Kids allow us to see who they really are so of course the room reflects their personality.
We are grateful and excited to be working on this fun project that I like to call "Cozy Modern". How could we go wrong because blue is my client's favorite color!
Plans are currently at the city waiting approval. We should be starting Demo Summer 2022.
Bathroom Remodels - In Construction
Currently in construction
Small projects such as bathroom remodeling still needs an interior designer's love and attention.