Summer is the perfect time to shake things up for the upcoming parties, gatherings, and events coming your way this season. Here are 4 simple tips to get your home summer ready.
Hosting out-of-town guests is an event in itself. With siblings, parents, grandparents and other family members spending the night, living quarters can get fairly tight. However, a custom wall bed system can provide all the space you need this holiday season.
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.
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.
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 Designer, Melissa Fritz, recently helped a Graphic Designer by creating a designated workspace that allows her to focus on her art and have more room for inspiration. The goal was to create an efficient workspace, free from distractions with enough space to accommodate all of her office supplies.
transFORM Designer, Maryan Louka, created a custom wall unit and matching European wall bed for a wonderful family in the heart of Tribeca, a neighborhood in Lower Manhattan, New York City. The goal was to transform an urban bonus room into versatile and charming guest bedroom.
transFORM Designer Paulette Marino, recently completed an elegant white painted wall unit to hold a Scarsdale family’s growing collection of curated accessories. The owners of this Westchester home were looking to add a personal touch with maximum effect. They needed a sufficient amount of shelving to hold their decorative objects, art, books and photos.
transFORM Designer Jude Nicastro, had the honor of designing a crisp new wall unit + wall bed system at the Quaker Ridge - a post war co-op located in the Gramercy Park area of New York City. All the pieces come together not only to serve multiple functions, but also to create a restful atmosphere.
transFORM designer Melissa Fritz brings sophistication and sensibleness to a family’s Westchester home. Overall, the design was perfectly fit for purpose. Best of all, it allows the family to reclaim their space for a multitude of uses when their not playing host to family and friends.