Tuesday, April 5, 2011

TUESDAY: Inspiring Spaces by David Kleinberg

I design with one feeling in mind: happiness. I want my spaces and those people who have the opportunity to see them on this blog - or in person - to be happy, too. I recently (well, not so recently) took inventory of my surroundings. The physical, and the emotional, and have made some significant changes ... putting one good foot forward, and starting to refocus, and stay firmly on the track I had began to deviate from before.

Through the months, I've studied rooms of designers, hoping to find that feeling: happiness. I've shared lots of those rooms with you every Tuesday, but today - I smile even as I write this post. I hope you find the happiness in these rooms. I know I certainly have!

David Kleinberg is a New York City based designer with a true eye for creating sophisticated, modern, but always comfortably interiors. The moment I first laid eyes on the spread he had in October 2009 Veranda, I could tell that I would have a love affair with his portfolio. Calm, tranquil, personal ... the rooms that Kleinberg produces are really of the gold standard. His biography has a line: "I don't like a lot of clutter, and oftentimes find that a singular object speaks volumes and makes the room a success."

Now you know me and clutter ... but I think I'm starting to see things Kleinberg's way. Afterall, with a thriving career in interior design, and famed tenure at Parish-Hadley Associates, I think he's got an eye we can all trust. Without further ado: David Kleinberg.










Thanks for checking in. If you haven't already clicked to become a follower, please think about it before you head off ... and while you're out and about today in blogland, stop over to Cote de Texas. Joni posted new pictures of her family room and breakfast room that are really going to make you ooo and ahhh! Promise! 

7 comments:

  1. really fabulous Artie, love these images, very talented design work!

    xoxo
    Karena
    Art by Karena

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  2. Hi Artie, these are beautiful. My favorite is the image with the celery green checked pillows -- I love the cool contrast with the warm drapes. Now that makes me happy!

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  3. Hello Artie, I always smile when I see what YOU are up to:) Although these were mostly nice....Have a great week and thanks again for my beautiful cross bottles. I couldn't replicate your vignette with my Scott's purported Ethiopian beads so I put them on a mirrored plateau....cluttered cluster. XXOO SJR

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  5. What beautiful images Artie...and yes they all made be oh so very happy :-)

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  6. Of all the images, my favourite has to be the last one of the foyer with its grand architectural elements. Similar to 'the hook' in the first paragraph or pages of a story (or novel), it immediately manages to capture your interest in the decor.
    -Brenda-

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  7. With the exception of the use of 'trunks', I feel all versions are esthetically pleasing therefore
    remains the question of function. Do you plan to reconfigure the present layout of your livingroom furniture and what will be the actual purpose for the piece(s). ie: extra seating, vingettes, something else just vacumm around (wink), etc.
    -Brenda-

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