One of our favorite types of interior designers are the ones that can design in a large span of styles. That’s just one of the reasons why New York interior designer Marie Burgos of Marie Burgos Interior Design was chosen as one of the Design Shuffle Top 10 of 2013 in her region. Founded in 2007, Marie Burgos has quickly grown from a residential firm to commercial and much more. As a certified Feng Shui designer, she has earned the “Red Ribbon” status membership by Time Out NY. Consequently, Marie has the capability to seamlessly blend elegance and harmony together to transform spaces into luxurious creations. One of her more notable awards was being individually chosen by HGTV to design the properties for their episodes of “The Unsellables.”
We’ve featured Marie multiple times on our blog and today, we are showing our favorite designs that Marie has here on Design Shuffle. This collection showcases Marie’s unbelievable ability to design in nearly any style yet still staying true to her style. From the eclectic Gramercy Park Loft to the undeniably beautiful Tribeca Penthouse. Read on to see why Marie Burgos is a go-to designer for 2013!
Suitable to the owner’s personality, this home is balanced with black and light hues and texture. With a palette consisting of gold, taupe, and prune, there is an innate sense of luxury exuded.
This 4-level loft was completely remodeled from an old abbey. Completely eclectic, there are various vintage accents that fit in perfectly with the rest of the modern white space.
The architecture of this penthouse speaks for itself with the floor to ceiling windows and Feng Shui implementation. Wood floors, clean lines, and vibrant color bring the space to life.
White and glass pieces along with modern art create visual focal points that bring the design together.
This home in the heart of Tribeca boasts ample space that makes this bedroom a true dream. Bright colors yet minimal accents work perfectly with the architecture of the home.
Glossy furniture and crystal pieces allowed the light in this room to create more energy and space.
Featuring Old World influence yet modern accents, this old warehouse was transformed to its full potential. High ceilings and brick columns and walls bring a vibe that only this space could provide.