Category Archives: INTERIORS

All in a Daybed’s Work: Laura Bohn Goes Shopping in the New York Times

This week I was delighted to be asked by the New York Times to choose eight daybeds for their “Shopping  With . . .” column. The assignment was a lot of fun and I think I was able to find some great pieces.

New York Times, 10-31-2013Shopping with Laura Bohn, New York Times, 10-31-2013Shopping with Laura Bohn by Tim McKeough in The New York Times, 10-31-2013Daybeds chosen by Laura Bohn for the New York Times, 10-31-2013

Here’s where I went shopping:
Dmitriy & Co., 133 W 25th Street, #2e, New York, NY 10001;  dmitriyco.com
Blu Dot, 140 Wooster Street, New York City, NY 10012; bludot.com
Restoration Hardware, 935 Broadway, New York, NY 10010; restorationhardware.com
ABC Carpet & Home, 888 Broadway, New York, NY 10003; abchome.com
Room & Board, 105 Wooster Street, New York, NY 10012; roomandboard.com
West Elm, 112 West 18th Street, New York, NY 10011; westelm.com
Williams-Sonoma Home, 10 Columbus Circle, New York, NY 10019; williams-sonoma.com

 

Glenn Gissler Wins an NYC&G Innovation in Design Award

Congratulations to Glenn Gissler for winning the 2013 New York Cottages & Gardens Innovation in Design Award for the Interior Design category.

New York Cottages & Gardens NYC&G Innovation in Design Awards 2013

Glenn won with an Upper West Side apartment he designed for an empty-nester couple who were returning to the city after years raising a family in the suburbs.

New York Cottages & Gardens NYC&G Innovation in Design Awards 2013, Glenn Gissler, Interior Design Winner

For the couple, who have a growing art collection, Glenn achieved his goal of creating “a new, stimulating environment that reflects their values.” As the judges put it,  the resulting interiors are “cultured, sophisticated, crisp, and inviting.” Glenn’s winning project is featured in the October issue of NYC&G.

 

Back in the News: A Fresh Look at Two Bruce Bierman Apartments

I was very pleased to see two projects I designed a few years back receiving notice this month in very different contexts. The first is the Palm Beach apartment below:

Bruce Bierman Palm Beach apartment living-dining room

It is featured on the American Hardwood Information Center‘s website in an Insights from the Experts column by Wendy Silverstein that discusses how I make extensive use of oak for floors and cabinetry throughout the apartment. Click here to read the full story.

American Hardwood Information CenterBruce Bierman Palm Beach apartment in the American Hardwood Information Center's column Insights from the Experts by Wendy Silverstein

The second apartment is this penthouse in Chelsea, New York, that I designed late last decade. It has a lot of great Sonia Delaunay art, which I blogged about here, and has been published extensively before:

Bruce Bierman Chelsea penthouse

The apartment is getting renewed attention because it’s currently for sale. But what’s really gratifying is that the real estate listing in the New York Times gives me full credit for the design of the loft, which can be bought with all the furnishings included:

Bruce Bierman Chelsea apartment for saleBruce Bierman Chelsea penthouse for sale