Designer Profile: Paul Davis Interior Design

Bedford Home - 0

{I am in love with the elevation of this stunning Bedford home.}
After writing this blog on a daily basis for nearly six years, finding a designer whose work I have never seen has become a very rare occurrence, so naturally, I was thrilled to come across Paul Davis’ website for the first time this week. Formerly based in Tokyo and San Francisco, Paul Davis’s firm recently relocated to New York. His work spans both traditional and modern aesthetics with some special, unexpected touches. You’ll notice he has quite a broad range of looks. I personally love to see and create unexpected moments in otherwise polished and tailored interiors, so his work is very appealing to my own design sensibility.

Bedford Home - 1

{The next few images are inside of the gorgeous home in the first photo. The home is very traditional in style, so I love that the interiors have a fun, modern edge. Aren’t the light fixture and table in the foyer cool and unexpected?}

Bedford Home - 3

{This dining room features plenty of seating for entertaining. The settee and long benches combined with the textiles make the space feel relaxed and inviting.}

Bedford Home - 6

{Doesn’t the family room look cozy? I love the soft color palette.}

Bedford Home - 8

{I know I said that I was over chevron, but I really love it in this bathroom. It feels so bold and graphic without being at all cliché. This whole space is rather striking.}

Bedford Home - 9

{The playroom is ideal for children– vibrant and colorful with plenty of room for friends!}

Central Park West Apartment - 1

{Central Park West Apartment: I love the feminine, polished allure of this space. Displaying the art on ledges as opposed to hanging it creates a modern vibe.}

Bridgehampton Beach House - 1

{Sleek and Modern Bridgehampton Beach House}
Manhattan Studio - 0
{We all know that small spaces come with the territory for most people living in Manhattan. In this chic studio, Paul has made very efficient use of the space by adding beautiful and functional built-ins. The neutral, uniform color palette throughout the studio tricks the eye into thinking the space is actually much larger than it truly is.}
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{A Wall of Fabulous Built-Ins in the Manhattan Studio}
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{I love the tile wall treatment and polished nickel sink. The classic, serene palette makes the space appear larger and feels so posh. Thank goodness there isn’t a pedestal sink in here. Nothing is less functional than pedestal sinks and they are in so many small New York apartments!}
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{Who cares if the kitchen is teeny tiny when it’s this beautiful!}
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