Interior Designer NYC: Shawn Henderson


Shawn Henderson

Interior Designer NYC

NYC, Suite 701, 118 East 28th Street

Comfortable, relaxing and rich interiors shows his style.

He understands that your home should reflect the your spirit and needs.

I think that most talented people are those who dream to live and work in the field they adore.

Shawn always wanted to create harmony at home and that’s why we can call him professional.

He is truly devoted to what he does.

One more thing that I liked a lot: he designs using high quality and natural products: made by human, not a machine.

Vintage furniture is also a great way to add comfort to your interior and Shawn uses it.

new york home

new york home

How does the process go?

Firstly, he listens to your desires and your dreamy ideas about the living.

Secondly, the interior designer plans all the details of the future project.

There are three main points he considers are important: lightness, flexibility and cleanliness.

Do you remember all those articles about decluttering and organising? That’s right, listen to professional designers!

They know what they say:)

Not long time ago I started searching the posts about recycling and remodeling.

I found numerous posts that are worth trying.

The easiest ones that can be drastically remodeled are: bottles, old fabric, boxes, ropes, hangers, etc.

It was the new age of interior designing for me and hope I have time to write several post about most interesting recycling ideas.

But let’s get back to Henderson. His projects are awesome!

You can pair the furniture, textures, colors that he used for hours.

Central Park Home

central park home

central park home

interior designer nyc Shawn Henderson

interior designer nyc Shawn Henderson

interior design new york

interior design new york

home design

home design

A kitchen features Viking appliances

A kitchen features Viking appliances

A modern New York living room by Shawn Henderson Interior Design and Richard Perry Architect

A modern New York living room by Shawn Henderson Interior Design and Richard Perry Architect

A shearling-covered daybed rests below an Alexander Calder-inspired weaving in the sitting area of Will Ferrell's Manhattan bedroom

A shearling-covered daybed rests below an Alexander Calder-inspired weaving in the sitting area of Will Ferrell’s Manhattan bedroom

DIFFA Table

DIFFA Table

Downtown Manhattan Apartment Design - ELLE DECOR

Downtown Manhattan Apartment Design – ELLE DECOR

Gilt Home

Gilt Home

Grey bedroom designed by Shawn Henderson complete with Papa Bear chair. Photo by Björn Wallander.

Grey bedroom designed by Shawn Henderson complete with Papa Bear chair. Photo by Björn Wallander.

Henderson

Henderson

Home office

Home office

Kips Bay Showhouse Room

Kips Bay Showhouse Room

Light Contemporary Bathroom

Light Contemporary Bathroom

NASCAR's Jimmie Johnson's New York Apartment

NASCAR’s Jimmie Johnson’s New York Apartment

New York Modern Bedroom Design

New York Modern Bedroom Design

reclaimed claw foot

reclaimed claw foot

River View Home

River View Home

room for kids

room for kids

The Chinoiserie Powder Room

The Chinoiserie Powder Room

Uptown Home

Uptown Home

Will Ferrell's Laid-Back New York Loft

Will Ferrell’s Laid-Back New York Loft

 

Inspiring home project of River View, Park Avenue, Uptown, Lower Fifth Avenue and others can be seen on his site.

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1 Comment

  1. simple and beautiful..especially love the children’s room with that wooden double bed (nice and simple stairs there) and huge glove lounger..umm where does the ball go when one want to on sit?

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