In a quaint colonial building on a wooded street in New Rochelle, New York, just an hour outside of NYC is the location of interior designer Danielle Colding’s new eclectic project. The client wanted the house completely redone to feature her eclectic art collection, which also served as inspiration for much of the redesign. With an already existing cool mix of vintage and modern furniture, Danielle created a fresh color palette to show them to their advantage. Over the course of the project, new pieces were added and some of the older pieces rejuvenated. Fabrics were chosen, and the home redo was underway.

With this project in New York, the designer took a “more is more” approach, employing a lot of layering, which is often her signature.  The client really allowed the designer do her work unfettered, which allowed the project to move quickly and painlessly. Danielle and the client focused on the main rooms first, then redesigned the rest of the house. Finally, an indoor/outdoor sunroom was completed. The outcome is a dynamic home exhibiting tremendous warmth and comfort. [Photos and information provided via e-mail by Danielle Colding Design]