New York-based interior design firm Rodney Lawrence Inc. blended art and relaxation for their presentation at the Brooklyn Heights Association’s Fall 2019 Brooklyn Heights Designer Showhouse. An upstairs sitting room was transformed into an art collector’s retreat, filled with vibrant abstract artworks and colorful wall coverings.
This space is filled with an eclectic array of conversation-starting art pieces and unexpected modern details – like a spiked table, ink splotched canvases, and mid-century furniture – thanks in part to the firm’s incredible vendor and art gallery partnerships.
To outfit the chic area, the design team worked with Taylor Graham Gallery, Margaret Thatcher Projects, Muriel Guepin Gallery, Sears-Peyton Gallery, Jan Yoors Studio, Trove, Bright, Warp & Weft, Tucker Robbins, Royal Rugs International, Les Ateliers Courbet, Ressource, and more.
The result is a beautifully curated room centered around some truly exceptional art finds.
“The Yellow Tantra 1977 by Jan Yoors is one of the masterpieces highlighted in our space at Brooklyn Heights Designer Showhouse,” Rodney Lawrence Inc. shared on Instagram. “It brings bold shapes and forms together creating a space for rest and inspiration.”
This year’s showhouse, an annual fundraiser for the architectural preservation work of the Brooklyn Heights Association, is located at 13 Pineapple Street.
The rooms, created by 15 esteemed designers, will only be on display to the public through November 3. If you live in the area or you’re visiting New York soon, be sure to grab your tickets now and visit the colorful space.
Can’t make it in person? That doesn’t mean you have to miss out on the showcase!
Make sure to stay tuned for more of House Tipster Industry’s coverage of the Brooklyn Heights Designer Showhouse, coming soon to our website.