The transformation of a Gothic Revival 3250 Sq.m Mansion Full Of Luxury by Michelle Gerson in Long Island was based on the idea of go big and have fun.
The transformation of a billionaire family’s Gothic Revival mansion in Long Island was based on the idea of go big and have fun that interior designer Michelle Gerson had in mind during the project.
From penthouses in New York to mansions in the Hamptons, Connecticut, and Florida, Michelle Gerson’s projects stand out for their distinctive luxury and irreverence.
Her latest project is a 3250 sq.m Mansion Full Of Luxury on Long Island, near Manhattan, consisting of a two-story house with Gothic influences.
With bold wall coverings, layering in textures and accessories and by adding sculptural pieces this Mansion Full Of Luxury as an artistic character.
The library is a room that is surprising, a colorful work by street artist Skyler Gray and books with iris bow covers give the built-in black shelves bold counterpoints.
Adding some product by Ach Collection to this Mansion Full Of Luxury would be the perfect choice, fun, irreverent and different, would give the high – end to this space.
This Mansion Full Of Luxury has six bedrooms, six bathrooms and four powder rooms, and required a transformation to suit the needs of the clients who trusted the designer with her remodeling skills.
The designer throughout the project faced some challenges, taking into consideration that during the project the house was still being habitable and the size of the property was giant, making it more complicated to undo and set up a house making it habitable anyway and not create disturbances to those who were living there.
In order to highlight the architecture of the property, it was also supposed to introduce luxury and modernity in the spaces.
The Soleil Oval Dining Table by Hommés Studio would be a good choice for an environment like this one, full of luxury and details, giving the touch that would be impossible to pass without giving a second look.
The main bathroom contains a Grigio Carnico marble bathtub flanked by foaming vanities in arabescato marble, showing the luxurious and eclectic character of the house.
In the music room, we notice a hand-painted wallpaper by Gournay.
The living room was made to be a space for the family to gather and socialize, creating a pleasant atmosphere to reflect the personality of the clients.
In a space full of round forms like this one, the Kongo Armchair and the Dong Center Table Set by Hommés Studio would fit perfectly, giving it a character of luxury and irreverence in keeping with the style of the entire property.
With her unique and eclectic style, Gerson has developed a project that meets the clients needs, a mansion that is theatrical and full of fun.
Before undergoing the complete renovation, the mansion had a very dark interior, where it started by removing all heavy draperies and giving the walls a fresh white paint base, to later add lots of colors and metallic elements, bringing light into the rooms. Taking the house from dark and gloomy to a happy and bright home.
The monumental 2.4 meter high Tisserant chandelier in the wall of this Mansion Full Of Luxury and a quirky sculpture by Richard Orlinski, act as a prelude to the final design.
A Mansion Full Of Luxury that reveals a coherence between luxury and modernism and perfectly echoes the personality of the clients who highlight a fun and eclectic environment, in keeping with the style of Michelle Gerson, who idealized an irreverent and unique project, perfectly reflected in this property full of specific features and full of luxury.