Top Fall Picks from Swift Studios and Keita Turner
Industry professionals choose their favorites from the A&D Building.
Anna Livermore and Erin Swift, Swift Studios: Livermore and Swift have 20 years experience in fashion and design, Swift at magazines such as Elle Decor and Architectural Digest, and Livermore as the founder of V.Mora. The team formed Swift Studios, a design-centric, full-service photography and event space, in 2021. swiftstudiosnyc.com
Left: Erin: We drink a lot of coffee, and Smeg has the best and most aesthetically pleasing coffee grinders to accent your kitchen. It’s the cutest way to grind in the mornings.
Right: Anna Livermore and Erin Swift, Swift Studios
Left: Anna: We envision Artistic Tile’s Bianco Onyx Field Tile elegantly covering the walls and floors of a bathroom, juxtaposed with clean white porcelain and brushed gold hardware. Also, handmade plaster decor accents. Oh, and a chandelier, a HUGE chandelier.
Right: Anna: I would love to wake up to a playful pop of color like this in my NYC bathroom! We can see this Fantini i Balocchi Tap, designed by Paolo Pedrizzetti and Davide Mercatali, with an oversized bold floral wallpaper giving a small space some big fun.
Left: Anna: The Dune Table by Lorna Lee John Muller Designs for Holly Hunt is beautiful and easy to clean, two ideal qualities in a coffee table. Dune will be a conversation starter in any room of your home.
Right: Erin: The Camaleonda sofa by B&B Italia is the quintessential living room centerpiece. Not only is it fabulously sculptural, but the vibrant color and fabric are cozy, bold, and in my opinion, perfection.
Left: Erin: The Pablo Armchair by B&B Italia can stand out as a beautiful art piece, but straightforward enough to mesh with other decors. Pablo’s clean lines and resilient materials perfectly reflect the ethos of Swift Studios: modern, organic, and supremely functional.
Right: Anna: We love the look of Hastings Tile & Bath’s Class floating vanity. The soft textured wooden doors are in contrast to the sleek, sharp steel edges and porcelain countertop.
Left: Anna: A gorgeous, oversized copper tub gives me all the feels. The Cooper Tay by Drummonds would live in the center of my bedroom, filled with bubbles, or in a guest house overlooking a lavender field. I’m relaxed just thinking about it.
Right: Erin: We love the Reverence, by Fernando Mastrangelo for Edward Fields. The way it emulates nature; organic, chaotic, abstract. We constantly implement curved lines and natural shapes in our design, and the Reverence is a unique focal point that captivates the eye. The irregular shape gives us the freedom to arrange any space dynamically.
Keita Turner, of Keita Turner Designs, is a New York-based designer whose work has been featured in such publications as House Beautiful, Architectural Digest, and The New York Times. She creates interior spaces for both residential and commercial clients across the country. Through her brand, Livvy & Neva, Turner creates and curates collections of vintage and contemporary pillows. keitaturnerdesign.com
Left: I am blown away by Edward Fields’ Ice Crystal Border I: a stunning geometric abstract area rug from the On-The-Fringe Collection. The unconstrained artistry of the collection makes it the ideal choice for dressing the floor or the wall.
Center: The Integrated Wine column by Fisher & Paykel is the ultimate kitchen showpiece for both the homeowner who values modern aesthetics and the cultivated wine collector who is seeking exceptional wine storage. I love how these cooling columns are designed to fit flush with cabinetry for a beautifully seamless installation.
Right: Keita Turner
Left: Cover, from Poliform’s Senzafine collection, flawlessly combines functionality, modern aesthetics, and distinctive elegance while seamlessly concealing whatever it is you want to hide.
Right: The Floair Collection from Florense delivers minimalism and a sense of lightness without neglecting sturdiness and functionality. Details include hidden hinges and embedded LED lighting. It’s the ideal cabinet, curio, or closet system for any contemporary interior.
Left: Enamel, exclusive to Artistic Tile, is an alluring ceramic tile collection sourced in Spain, that has a distinctive painterly effect. Offered in six stunning nature-inspired colors, Enamel will bring strong stylish presence to both commercial and residential interiors.
Right: Holly Hunt’s Oryx outdoor dining table is one of the most beautifully nuanced table base silhouettes I have seen in a while. It is a sculptural manifestation of the elongated horns of the oryx, a regal and beautiful desert animal.
Left: The Tam Tam side table, designed by Moss & Lam, through Holly Hunt, is imaginative, whimsical, and sculptural. I love that each unique table is handcrafted using the ancient technique of scagliola.
Right: Hans Krug’s Line custom cabinetry in DOM American walnut veneer simply embodies the best of what I consider unpretentious elegance. Both modern and classic, I could never tire of this Line. Pun intended.
Eggersmann knows a thing or two about designing the best modern bespoke kitchens that are not only technologically advanced, but also built on key Bauhaus architectural principles. This light airy kitchen boasts two different warm oak finishes and Taj Mahal stone counter surfaces.