Have you ever heard about interior design star Andrew Suvalsky? Today, we dare you to feel inspired by some of the most brilliant decorating ideas from Andrew’s Designs. Clean, fresh and intimate is Andrew’s signature style.
Color Trends: Decorating Ideas
“Whether you want your lights to be the focal point of the room – then choose bold colors that will stand out amongst other decor”, Suvalsky states.
Details Matter: Embrace Art
“A unique & visually strong piece of furniture or art placed at the end of a hallway or across from the entrance to a room can accomplish three important things: 1) it’ll draw you into the space 2) it’ll anchor your view & therefore the layout of the room 3) it’ll elevate the overall uniqueness of the design”, says the designer.
Be Exquisitely Unique
“Homes have never been more personalized so there’s a growing demand for one-of-a-kind items purchased directly from the people who make them”, Andrew says.
Keep It Simple
“Simple graphic elements added to otherwise plain white cabinets adds personality and allows for almost endless options when stylizing a kitchen design”.
Contrast Modern and Vintage Pieces
“One design secret I love is to express something special from the past by using a piece or pieces that have either a distinct historic or ethnic flair. This works especially well in an otherwise modern or interior. That way, the surroundings are clean and simple while the old piece can express something very specific about the era or country it came from. Don’t limit yourself to any one vintage”.
Andrew Suvalsky Profile
Since of young age, design, architecture and music run through his veins and eventually led him to move to New York from Wisconsin. Andrew started his career working side by side with design legend Benjamin Noriega Ortiz. In 2005, the designer opened his own firm named after him, Andrew Suvalsky Designs, offering a wide range of services from interior architectural and design services.
The company has been featured in world-renowned publications as the New York Times, The New York Observer, Architectural Digest Online, San Juan’s Por Dentro, The Robb Report.