On Thursday, September 14, 2017, the NYDC presented their ninth annual What’s New, What’s Next event at 200 Lexington Ave, and we're sharing all the fabulous details! The day was a success, filled with a beautiful mix of people, all eager and excited to celebrate what's "new" and what's "next" in interior design.
Typically a small room or entryway, a mudroom is the first place guests may see when they come to visit. Don’t let your entryway become a stumbling block. Instead, your mudroom should act as a barrier between the calm indoors and great outdoors.
transFORM has earned the service industry’s coveted Angie’s List Super Service Award, for the fourth year in a row. This award is a reflection of an exemplary year of service in 2016.
The renowned landmarked Cass Gilbert building in Chelsea, Manhattan is home to our recent clients. Their high floor corner loft is nothing short of magnificent and transFORM designer, Maryan Louka was there to help with the design process.
New summer interior design trends have been popping up vastly and quickly ever since the season started. Families are looking for fresh ways to keep their home feeling light and bright in preparation for summer guests. To help, we have gathered a few of the most eye-catching trends to keep you in the loop for Summer 2017.
Why transFORM one closet when you can transFORM them all? Earlier this year a Scarsdale couple decided to completely renovate their stone tudor, located in the Heart of Fox Meadow. Naturally, the repeat customers called upon transFORM’s Senior Designer, Ileen Greenberg, to revamp a variety of closets throughout the home.
transFORM Designer, Hagit Yair, took her skills to Manhattan, New York, creating a one-of-a-kind masterpiece to accommodate a compact city-living area. This custom reach-in closet and wall bed system was carefully crafted for such a tight space.
On April 12th, transFORM attended Westchester Magazine’s 2017 Home Design Awards at the Performing Arts Center at Purchase College. The area's top designers, architects, and builders united in recognition of the growth and importance home design plays in Westchester County.