After my aunt moved to New York, she was desperately looking for an interior designer to help her in the design of her newly owned place. As New York City is a big city she had a lot of choice. We had to ask some friends, and make our research. And guess what? One Thursday night while browsing my Instagram account and accidentally coming across one of the coaches Austin Varner created, we both fell in Love immediately, and knew that it will definitely be the Interior Designer we will be contacting the Day after. What she liked the most is her philosophy: best of class and that doesn’t have to involve huge amounts of money.
She started working with Alexa Hampton who exudes confidence in her work; her timeless style is inspired from Axel Vervoordt, Albert Hadley, and Mariette Himes Gomez. Then in 2011 she started her own business Varner Interiors. She loves so much her job that she considers The D & D building in New York City as her second home. She is constantly shopping for new fabrics for her clients and to get inspiration for unexpected color combinations, as well as new textures.
Her design style is streamlined, yet interesting. She uses a strong mix of colors along with architectural shapes and forms. She adds depth by integrating decorative objects and architectural fragments.
Images source : http://zavvirodaine.com/2012/07/austin-in-new-york/