ABOUT PARIS

ABOUT PARIS...

Sophisticated comfort blended with a vibrant, modern sensibility is the core principle of Paris Grant’s designs. Rooted in traditional values, but forever forward-thinking, Paris Grant draws on the history of art and design, while always keeping on eye on what is trending, to incorporate and juxtapose styles in creative and unexpected ways.

While pursuing her studies at the prestigious New York School of Interior Design, Paris Grant worked for acclaimed furniture maker, Barlas Baylor, of Hudson Furniture.  Upon graduation, she was personally hired as Senior Designer by design legend, Jamie Drake. Paris attributes her affinity for fine craftsmanship, luxury and eclecticism to the education and experience she received from these distinguished institutions.  It was at Drake Design Associates that she flourished, curating purposeful spaces that are above all else, beautiful.  Within her first year, she lead the design of the Hearst Designer Visions Show House in the famous Art Deco building, Walker Tower. The project was covered extensively, and received a 12-page spread in House Beautiful magazine.

Since establishing her name-sake design firm in 2016, Paris Grant has completed both a penthouse and a townhouse on the Upper West Side of New York City; in Chappaqua, New York she decorated a 4,700 square foot home; in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, she directed the interior design of a 10,000 square foot family residential compound which had been built from the ground up. She has recently completed the gut renovation of a historically landmarked, five-story, West Village townhouse, built in 1855. Her current projects include a five-story Harlem townhouse on the famous Strivers Row, a three bedroom apartment on 5th Avenue, and the design of the Chelsea Piers Sports Center Cafe.

Each Paris Grant interior is crafted to balance the demands of the space with the dreams of her client.  Color, texture, line and light all work harmoniously together, creating a place, an environment, a home for her clients to treasure.

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