The whole life of designer Drew McGukin is connected with New York: he grew up here, was educated at New York School of Interior Design, and after the completion in 2010, opened a self-titled studio here. His style can be described as bold but refined, elegant and at the same time comfortable, unexpected but personal, sexy but necessarily appropriate. Today we have the best interiors from Drew McGukin’s beautiful portfolio. Enjoy!
When Soren Rose Studio started to renovate this loft in the building of a former paper factory in TriBeCa, it hadn’t been touched for at least 50 years. One of the main advantages of the space was the large windows on three sides that allow rooms to literally bathe in the daylight. The interiors feature the ideal mix of some of the loft style most popular components, such as brick walls, metal structures, wood and marble. Great project!
This magnificent house in the suburbs of New York City is already about 150 years old, but it looks very young and modern, especially inside. The rooms are bright, with contemporary furniture and modern art. A couple with three children live here, and most of all they love the view of the Hudson River from the veranda. It was the panorama that captured their eyes 5 years ago when they decided to purchase this mansion. The facade was restored, and the interior decoration was changed beyond recognition. The interiors are catchy, bold, and even a bit kitsch-style. Look at the dining room that resembles an installation in a modern art museum or a round shower in the middle of the room. Very impressive!
In the fashion designer Chris Benz’s bright and tasty New York townhouse you can feel the heartbeat of modern America – in colors, paintings, styles. How do you like this unforgettable blue walls in the living room and the bedroom in canary tones? Look, in one room there is even a full moon! I want to have this lamp. A cute fireplace mosaic looks fun, attractive and even cute. The paintings on the walls add mystery – each of them is worthy of a separate story, they are conceptual and look harmonious and just cool! You can escape from the riot of colors and themes in the bedroom, decorated in quiet smoky shades and hide in a large bed under a canopy or in a bathroom that is as beautiful as a Neapolitan morning. This is a design with many stories about the past for a happy present!
This bright family loft in New York by Current Interiors actually has not so much of the typical loft spaces. It is rather a modern family apartment with high ceilings, large windows, and some concrete elements. We love these cool wallpapers that make some stylish accents almost in every room. Great city dwelling!
Many designers around the world try to do create various loft spaces, but the truth is that real lofts are always in New York, the city where this design trend arose. It’s all about one of a kind window views over skyscrapers, which are also part of the interior, unique special approach to decorating, and, of course, the former industrial premises with their own unmatched charm. American lofts can not be compared to anything else. Here we have a cool loft in the heart of Manhattan from Drew McGukin!
New York has never been boring as it’s the city of innovations, progress, and entertainment. All of these qualities can be found in the design of this amazing loft on Bond Street by Huniford Design Studio. Seems like every corner here was treated with special attention and the interiors amaze with every single detail. Enjoy!
Designer Matthew Cane recalls he always wanted to help people but knew that he could never become a doctor. Interior design now gives him an opportunity to change the lives of his clients through creating beauty in their homes, and that is the best way to spread happiness for him. He gladly takes both large projects and those with a small budget, creating simple but bright and modern spaces. Today we want to share the best of his portfolio with you. Enjoy!
Owners of this cool loft in New York are a creative family: she is a writer who works at home, and he is a filmmaker. For their new home they wanted the have a tranquil atmosphere without bursts of bright colors so it would be comfortable to create without any visual distraction. Despite a simple black and white color scheme, the interiors are incredibly interesting thanks to the exquisite details and objects of contemporary art. As for the children’s rooms, they are on their own, cheerful and bright. Great modern living!
Bright accents and interesting decor are the key factors that make the interior interesting and memorable. This apartment in New York looks unique thanks to the details. First of all, it’s all about pictures and photographs on the wall – expressionism, abstractions, modern works – all of them make the space feel fresh and attractive. Next thing is the furniture and textiles that also give the house a character. And of course, we cannot help but say a word about butterflies on the wall – they are a real gem here. A very thoughtful interior and a brilliant game of colors and meanings!