Earlier this year, American journalist, author and Real Housewives of New York star, Carole Radziwill, gave her two-bedroom SoHo apartment a polished pick-me-up. If you watch the show, it was clear to see that her downtown duplex needed a little TLC. However, what we didn’t see much of was Carole’s smaller second bedroom. A bedroom that would later be converted into a walk-in closet/dressing room designed, manufactured and installed by transFORM.
The Yankees may have lost their chance at the World Series but this Westchester family is certainly winning with their new, custom masterpiece.
transFORM designer, Melissa Fritz, completely reconfigured this basement to incorporate a built-in wall unit and functional home office.
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.
The transFORM team including our talented designers, trained engineers and professional office staff discuss their philosophies on leading a simpler life. For a smoother routine, start by decluttering your stuff, organizing your home and systematizing your planning. Here's how ...
Our designer Hagit Yair knew exactly what this Brooklyn family needed - a space just as collected and classic as they are.
There’s something to be said about simplicity. This stunning, custom designed wall unit, works effortlessly with the wide windows and unrivaled views.
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.
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.
transFORM designers, Jill & Stacey, recently created and insanely chic home library for a Connecticut family, who was looking to add a stylish and scholarly appeal to their space. They were specifically focused on a smart storage solution for their impressive collection of books.
transFORM is thrilled to announce that we’ve been chosen as a 2017 Westchester Home Design Awards finalist! Westchester Home Magazine proudly celebrates Westchester's best interior designers, architects, landscape designers, and building professionals around.