Design, management, subcontracting and artistic execution all took place this summer as NYSS broke the glass ceiling between being a "Sub" and a General contractor. We were honored to work for one of our favorite customers as she changed lighting, leveled ceilings, skim coated walls, changed paint colors, and added the icing on top - Venetian Plaster.
We were only able to this because of the strong industry relationships we have built over the years . We would like to thank the various companies, Generations Paint and Paper, Custom Associates, Gusto Interiors, Citi Cleaning and SGM Photography.
NYSS had the pleasure of having our latest project, a Venetian plaster finish at a private residence on the Upper East Side of Manhattan photographed by none other than the award winning commercial photographer Scott Morris. These images are just a teaser - can't wait to share the final product.
To view his full portfolio please visit www.sgmphotography.com
NY SURFACE STYLES IS A GUEST SPEAKER AT THE INSTITUTE OF CLASSICAL ARCHITECTURE AND ART'S CLASS - DESIGNING WITH COLOR TOUGHT BY NINA LOMEO.
Click below to learn more about designer Nina Lomeo and the institute
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DESIGN ON A DIME 2012 WAS A HUGE SUCCESS!
"The eighth annual Design on a Dime featured more than 50 of the world’s top interior designers, who created unforgettable room vignettes with new merchandise, which was donated and then sold for 50 to 70 percent off retail pricing."
Below is the vignette by Arlene Angard Design and room divider by NY Surface Styles. The room divider is silver leaf with sand stone birch trees, custom designed for the event. Every item in the vignette sold.
AS SEEN IN THE OCTOBER'S PUBLICATION OF THE NY SPACES
"Show houses are a perfect stage for making us think about space in new ways,” says designer Joel Woodard. His Study in Gray, created for the Mansion in May Show house and Gardens—an annual benefit sponsored by the Women’s Association of Morristown Memorial Hospital—makes his case elegantly, in tones of black, white, and gray. READ MORE
AS SEEN IN APRILS’ PUBLICATION NYC RESIDENT (PG. 146)
An interview with partners Katie Knuth and Leah Jampel.