Antoinette takes an artful approach towards interior design. Her process begins with creating a unique concept for each project that guides the design all the way through to completion. A harmonious composition takes shape through form and line. Colors are mixed and balanced with pattern to fully articulate the concept. She is inspired by history and the nature that surrounds each project. Her work has been featured in Domino Magazine, Apartment Therapy, Design NJ among other publications. She has worked with successful professionals on large scale multi-million dollar projects across the country for over a decade. Her bold and eclectic style is recognized for combining vintage and new modern furnishings with contemporary art to achieve collected, layered and inviting interiors.
Antoinette studied interior design at the New York School of Interior Design and prior to forming her own design studio she worked for notable design firms such as Pembrooke & Ives and Nicole Fuller Interiors. Growing up in a family of artists, she fell in love with art and design at an early age. Antoinette lives in Hoboken, NJ with her husband and adorable fur baby Lulu, a Bichon Frisé rescue.
"We design bold, carefully curated one-of-a-kind interiors for our clients catered to their unique lifestyles—making life more beautiful with exceptional design and kindness."
West Coast Partner
Classically trained in Architecture from Syracuse University, Darien Stokes has spent over two decades immersed in art, design and culture. Currently residing in Los Angeles, Darien has lived in Dallas, San Francisco and New York City. His approach to each project blends the fundamental elements of architecture with the intimacy of interior design to create modern, organic and collected spaces that reflect their history. Darien has a unique vision that is integral to his design philosophy: he believes that styling is the key to creating distinctive spaces and finds a deep passion for curating hand-picked objects and curiosities, including his very own works of art. His work has been featured in Architectural Digest and Elle Decor.