Decorating & Design

April 2, 2018

Bold Colors Transform This New York House

When architect and interior designer Garrow Kedigian isn’t at his pied- à-terre in Montreal designing for international clients, he lives and works out of Fred Astaire’s former prewar apartment on Park Avenue in New York. Known for his bold use of color, Garrow was the perfect fit for color-hungry Lindsey, a Parsons-trained interior designer, mother of two, and director of marketing, and her husband Ben, who needed help decorating their Arts and Crafts–style house in Pound Ridge, New York. Garrow added neoclassical accents, from new millwork to Empire-style prints, paired with mid-century modern art and furniture, for a “New York meets Paris” feel, says Garrow. Click through for a look inside the bold, colorful space.

Author: Alison Garwood-Jones

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Garrow Kedigian