As the temperature get cooler and the days get shorter, we find ourselves spending more time indoors. Now is the perfect opportunity to make those home improvements you’ve been thinking about all Summer long. So before you get started, grab yourself a pumpkin spice latte and discover the hottest interior design trends for Fall 2017.
Do you usually start off Thanksgiving Day by running around trying to remember where you put the tin foil just before everyone arrives? If you answered yes, then we have the solution to make this Thanksgiving Day one of preparedness and relaxation. Go ahead and close your eyes, imagine that you're sitting down with the family, enjoying a nice conversation before dinner is served.
When you’re starting out or starting over, apartment living is the way to go. If you’re located in a big city, it might actually be the only way to go. Whether it’s by choice or circumstance, apartment living can be tough, especially when it comes to selecting the right furniture.
On Thursday, September 22nd transFORM and their Media Sponsor, Aspire NY Metro, participated in the New York Design Center’s 8th Annual “What’s New, What’s Next” event at 200 Lexington Ave. Take a look at our event pictures -
Join transFORM and their Media Sponsor Aspire Metro Magazine, at the New York Design Center’s highly anticipated event, What’s New, What’s Next on Thursday, September 22, 2016 from 2pm-9pm. transFORM will be displaying their new multifunctional Men's Apartment, which includes a horizontal wall bed, custom wardrobe & dual-purpose desk.
transFORM designer Nancy Silvestri-Mazzilli helped a New Rochelle, New York family convert their entry way into an area the whole family could use. The space was transformed into a super functional mudroom, where footwear and outerwear can be removed before entering the house. Along with a full closet for additional coats.
transFORM focuses on helping people in the Metropolitan Area maximize space and recognize the benefits of having a custom designed home office - be it a dedicated room or just a nook. Our Custom Sideboard with Swivel Desk Top, is featured in a combination of high gloss white, medium coco and light coco melamine.
Utility closets are most commonly used to house your practical day-to-day appliances and supplies. Featured in a pre-finished maple and white painted oak, this layout is a perfect blend of style and function. An organized utility closet is essential to keeping things in order during your day-to-day chores.
transFORM’s custom designed wall beds provide comfort, convenience and charm without sacrificing valuable floor space. This multifunctional unit was made with White High Gloss and complementing Latte and Light Driftwood finishes. Tastefully accented with large handle, chrome finished hardware and paired with a pop of color, this neutral combination proves to be anything but dull.
transFORM designer Melissa Fritz helped a New Canaan, Connecticut family convert their basement into an area for the whole family to use. The multipurpose area now acts as a home office for dad, a sewing, crafting, and gift wrapping area for mom, as well as an art and activity station for the kids.