About

“When I was really starting to turn my sense of style into a business I heard a famous author say, ‘You have to map out a plan, but at some point in the process, the characters tell you what to write.’ Spaces speak to me in the same way. It’s an amazing adventure. I love that about the life of design.”
At the age of thirteen, Lisa convinced her reluctant parents to give her a budget so she could decorate her bedroom. “I still remember every detail. Of course, I demanded full creative control,” she laughs. “I was a tough client.”

Since those precocious beginnings, Lisa has decorated New York penthouses, country homes, corporate offices and a pied-a-terre in Paris. But her underlying approach remains surprisingly consistent: “No matter how simple or complex it may be, if your home or office isn’t comfortable and representative of who you are, a powerful opportunity has been lost.”

This singular mission means her clients are the beneficiaries of a lifetime of eclectic experience and creative passion: “Asian, Art Deco, the Natural World, La Belle Epoque – The world is saturated with inspiration.”

Lisa’s aesthetic sensibilities and global influences anchor not just her interior design, but can also be felt in her new collection of home furnishings. “I’ve learned that sometimes the best way to find that perfect piece is to design it myself. My collections, like all my work, reflect a specific point of view about clean lines, comfort and elegance – but with a twist. I’m driven by the notion that the spaces we move through, should above all be useful, beautiful, reflect the purpose for which they were designed and elevate my client’s style through the prism of my own.”