Our longtime friend and client Alexa Hampton is no stranger to having her gorgeous work showcased, but when she recently renovated her Manhattan apartment, powerhouse Architectural Digest featured it's first glance in their April issue.
'Classical meets contemporary' as coined by AD, perfectly sums up the space, as she methodically merges the old with the new. In the living room, a desk from her collection with Hickory Chair, a cocktail table (made by Frederick P. Victoria & Son) and the stylish Jansen-style club chair give a new world glamour to an otherwise old world space.
As a longtime client and dear friend of my family, our expert staff worked with Alexa on custom frames for the entire space. I especially love Alexa's selection of elegant prints, a perfect fit for her historic New York City building. (You can shop the look with our similar prints here). A gold gilded mirrors hangs, anchoring the room as it's centered between the family's bookcase, and a neutral hued gallery wall. She proves gallery walls of all shapes and sizes add a bit of fun to a room, while still keeping symmetry in mind. Designing a stylish livable space for a family of five seems impossible, but she seems to do it effortlessly. See more of this incredible space here.