This summer, New York City interior designers and architects share their expertise with The Bare Square in our new Thursday feature, Art In Design!
For interior designer Danielle Fennoy, founder of New York-based firm Revamp Interior Deisgn, her success in shaping various environments is profound.
With remarkable accomplishments ranging from a feature in House Beautiful’s Next Wave of Top 20 Designers and starring as a designer expert on several HGTV shows, Fennoy’s eclectic, timeless, and meaningful design style has resonated throughout many different spaces.
Fennoy expresses the utmost significance in incorporating art into her design work.
She says, “I not only think about art at the end of a project, but really try to bring art into the beginning concepts and overall schematics of a space.”
When asked which nAscent artwork she would choose to bring into her interior designs, Fennoy lauded the work of Erika Fortner for its color and freedom, perfect for almost any interior, and the work of TJ Volunis for its captivating copper mazes, reminding Fennoy of transit line diagrams.
“In terms of the final picture of a space I am designing,” Fennoy says, “art has the most impact at the end of the day, it’s just the icing on the cake, you can’t have a cake without any icing!”
- Ava Cotlowitz