Interior Marketing Group
We sat down with celebrity interior designer, Cheryl Eisen, to get her take on important style elements and find out what inspires her passion for interior design.
A bedroom designed by Cheryl Eisen
Everything from the childhood bedroom my mother designed for me to Kelly Hoppen’s book, “The Golden Rules of Design” (which was like my bible), to old school HGTV shows.
Kelly Hoppen is my number one design influence, but my mother is a close second. She has exquisite taste.
Double height ceilings are a must for me, and my chandelier and floor to ceiling drapes accentuate this dramatic feature. I also love my signature Kagan sofa which really makes a statement.
Interior details of Cheryl Eisen's design projects
Palette, texture, comfort and lighting. All of these elements are at play in the stunning master bedroom at The Woolworth Tower Residences. We kept the palette neutral and used a custom, textured headboard to add grandeur to the room while soft lighting and a cozy seating area create comfort.
1. Paint is more important than you think. 2. A sculptural lighting fixture finishes any room. 3. Add at least one quirky, personal element in every room to keep it from feeling like a furniture show room.
We’re working on an amazing penthouse at One West End Ave and we’ve just begun another mansion in Miami.
Spring and summer are the seasons of renewal, but I’ll take any excuse to refresh, declutter or edit my home.
I’m obsessed with the Gold Cross Fox Throw. Throws add instant glamour and texture to a room and we love using them to add drama in a master bedroom.
I love watching Breakfast at Tiffany’s. It’s one of those classic, NYC films that inspires me every time I watch.
Just a Jonathan Adler, horse-shaped bowl filled with small bottles of water and sculptural table lamp.