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Interiors - Andrew Suvalsky

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Andrew Suvalsky Designs Andrew Suvalsky may have produced breathtaking interiors in New York, Chicago, the Hamptons, Palm Beach, Miami, and Puerto Rico, but it's always his current projects and what lies ahead that captivate and inspire him the most. The Milwaukee native moved to New York City in 1998, where he became a senior designer for the internationally celebrated designer Benjamin Noriega Ortiz. In 2005, he established Andrew Suvalsky Designs, offering full interior architectural and design services in a signature way of working with homeowners. Rather than creating museum-like spaces, Andrew encourages his owners toward better living by designing homes that reflect their aspirations as well as the realities of their lives. His approach is so accessible that he shares tips and views in his popular blog, Good Living by Andy, and in his appearances everywhere from HGTV to The New York Times. Above: Strong, classical symmetry and emphasis on the dramatically high ceilings result in a glamorous and fun environment that Auntie Mame would have approved of, just as the owner requested. The cobalt blue Murano glass chandelier and comfortable seating ensure that the living room is both regally sumptuous and inviting. Photograph by Mark Byron Facing Page: Though we didn't want the den to be an exact imitation of an English home's library, the homeowners desired Old World elements to evoke a similar feeling. Custom-designed walnut cabinetry defines a cozy sitting niche that warms in a stream of natural light. The room has a regal feeling and visual depth that is both elegant and casual, much like one would find in a favorite get-away room of a manor house. Photograph by Peter Margonelli

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