New York interior designer Ronald Bricke uses the client’s personal taste, style and needs as his inspiration – be it Art-Deco, Louis XIV, Mid-Century Modern or Contemporary – he has created hundreds of settings that have been hailed as “smashing” and “ingenious” (“New York Times”) and, as “Interior Design” wrote: “This is the stuff of which dreams are made.” In fact, such descriptions as “chic,” “ultra-sophisticated,” and “sleek” reoccur continually throughout hundreds of print and television features celebrating his work.
The meditation room is painted periwinkle and furnished with a Balinese-inspired custom bed.
Instead of a sofa, Bricke wrapped a low, deep banquette around one interior corner, enlivening its lines with an eclectic array of fabrics from an imaginary medina.
A guest room is painted eggplant and chartreuse. The designer had the sheets made from Williams-Sonoma tablecloths.
The entry hall painted Benjamin Moore’s Deep Rose welcomes guests with decorative branches from Crate & Barrel and a pair of Moroccan lanterns hung in niches.