Residential Portfolio


Moving out to Long Island from the city, this young family wanted a classic home with modern amenities. The project was a full renovation with an expanded kitchen and the addition of the master suite and garage.
Complete renovation of unfinished 4500 square foot Sands Point basement including a full gym, golf simulator, arcade room, home theater, bar, full bath, storage, and entry mud area.
Serene and quiet. It’s the overall consistency, attention to detail and water views that make this Port Washington family home so special.
Repetition of materials and colors is Sands Point home's transitional modern aesthetic. Mixed metal accents throughout complement the restrained palette of black, white, and blue.
Playful, blue, and practical were the design directives for this family friendly home in Port Washington.
Details are everything in this Upper East Side apartment. Antiques mix with new acquisitions, hidden panel doors conceal incredible storage, and the whole residence feels oh-so-Park Avenue.
With views of the Long Island Sound, this fully renovated Sands Point home boasts wide wood select rift-cut oak floors and an open floor plan.
Calm, clean, and quiet was what these empty-nesters asked for when they left the home they raised their family in.
Hidden bookcases, custom Murano light fixtures, bold patterns, and resplendent colors all work together to create a vibrant, sophisticated home for these clients’ expanding family and ever-growing art collection.
Blue is the star of this New York City colonial home with a surprise pop of color just to keep you smiling.
No detail went unnoticed in this complete Roslyn home renovation transforming the house a couple raised their family into a perfect pied-a-terre that expands for when the kids come back home to visit.
The client requested, “Just make sure it doesn’t look like we moved all our furniture down here from the north and most of all, make sure it doesn’t look like us seniors live here!” Framing the client’s vast collection of vintage handkerchiefs became an element of the story repeated throughout the home.
When Annette walked into this formal French Normandy home in Sands Point, within minutes she told the then-new client,
Wood and warm, natural tones give this Long Island home character and charm.