Last week, I was happy to host New England Home‘s networking event for designers, builders, and architects at my Greenwich studio. We had a wonderful evening! My friend Stacy Kunstel – talented stylist, writer, producer, and editor – wrote a great feature about this event for the NEH blog. What a great start to a new year in my new studio.
By Stacy Kunstel
Last Thursday night New England Home kicked off its networking events for 2014 in Greenwich at the new studio of Amy Aidinis Hirsh Interior Design. Having published Amy’s work before in our Connecticut edition, and having recognized her with a 5 Under 40 design award,* we of course expected it to be a wonderful space. I, for one, was unprepared for how much I absolutely loved this interior design studio. Here are a few photos of the space before it started to fill up with people.
Photos by Stacy Kunstel
As with her residential designs, details are so important and play such a crucial role. These cerused tables and baskets serve as stylish markers and organizational tools.
More than once during the evening I heard other designers mention how much they wished their own samples room looked like Amy’s.
Equal measures rough and glam balance the studio, such as this combination of rough-hewn beams and shimmering paper.
Check out the powder room, break room, and back hall.
Amy’s own office is just as chic.
Congratulations, Amy, on your new space, and thanks for making it such a great party!
* Editor’s note: It’s not too late to be one of 2014’s 5 Under 40 award winners—however, all nominations and supporting material are due next Monday, February 10. Click here for more information.