Discover the fruit of the collaboration between the design duo Drake/Anderson and our workshops for the interior of a residence on the Upper East Side.
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Known and renowned for its numerous museums, boutiques and luxury hotels, the Upper East Side- a chic district in northeastern Manhattan- New York, never ceases to make the whole world dream of its elegance and prestige.
It is in this same neighborhood that Jamie Drake and Caleb Anderson, from the Drake/Anderson interior design studio, have achieved a new feat in interior design.
Accustomed to decorating refined and luxurious interiors, the New York duo masters design to perfection and always manages to find the right balance between modernity and timelessness, which has become their trademark over the years.
For this project, Jamie Drake and Caleb Anderson have chosen to work with our workshops, with whom they have collaborated on several occasions, notably during the 2016 and 2018 editions of the Kips Bay Decorator Show House event.
Our upholsterers manufactured a variety of furniture, wall upholstery and curtains for this project.
In the azure-toned master bedroom, our upholsterers made the headboard in woven leather and the cushions that cover the headboard in Osborne & Little and Designer Guild fabrics.
In the same room, our upholsterers have lined the walls with a bluish fabric in many shades that bring an added depth to the room. Our seamstresses worked on the curtains.
In the dressing room, motorized roman shades were made by our seamstresses in fabrics from Donghia and Mineko from Rubelli.
Our upholsterers also designed, fabricated and installed the blinds for the bathroom and the window treatments for the windows located in the living room.
Photos taken by © Brittany Ambridge