Interior Designer Laura Lee Clark Falconer understands that a truly successful design blends a collection of high-quality pieces from various periods and styles, while also using tasteful restraint. “I find that careful editing is essential to good design,” Falconer says. “I like to create unexpected combinations of finishes, fabrics, and custom-designed furnishings while integrating antique elements, all the while striving for a sophisticated look.”
By listening to each client’s needs and desires, she earns their trust in order to establish the foundation and principles for successful design. This designer’s staff is as dedicated as she is to the firm’s valued clientele and they maintain a high level of organization and consistent contact with suppliers.
A student of the Parsons School of Design in Italy, she offers her clients more than 20 years of experience in high-end residential design. She is also the recipient of several Silver Style awards, Legacy of Design awards, and ASID Design Ovation awards, and she has also been named “Best Designer” by her peers in D Home magazine in 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013. Recently her work has been published in “Inspirations from France and Italy” and “The French Room”, both by Betty Lou Phillips.