Angie Hranowsky

Inspired By: Love

February 14, 2013

Damien Hirst Heart Shaped Painting in the home of Mike Meiré and Michelle Elie.

Sung Red by Bruce Dorfman.

Louis XV style armchairs.

1960's Pink Floor Lamp.

Andy Warhol Portraits.

Zaza & Sacci Pink Backgammon Set.

1970's Pierre Paulin Pink Ribbon Chairs.

Vintage Red Ribbon Metal Sculpture.

18-karat Gold Love Ring by Solange Azagury-Partridge.

I love you, by Loulou.

Gucci Spring 2013.

1960's Peace Now Poster.

Vintage Moroccan Rug.

Tom Dixon Pipe Table Light.

Rispal Mante Floorlamp.

Gold Heart Ring with Opal and Diamond.

Red Filikli Tulu Rug.

Rolex with Custom Pink Dial c. 1971.

1960's Red Metal French Chandelier.

1950's Red, White & Yellow Chandelier.

1970's Ron Rezek Pink & Black Sconces.

 

Inspired By: Just Peachy

August 13, 2012

Peach, coral, copper, seashell pink, they all feel very alluring in these warm days of summer.


Ventura Wicker Chair by Tim Clark at Dering Hall

Cabestan White Pearl Necklace

Brooklyn Fox Theater Mirror

Suippo Bracelets

70's Italian Brass Copper Sconces

60's Capiz Shell Chandelier

Mark Rothko No. 11

Gold Porcelain Shell

Pierre Paulin Butterfly Chair

60's Murano Caramelized Peach lamps

Samma Hi-Rise Cutout Copper Ring

Jean Royere Rattan Chair

Heart Dress

Living Vintage

May 16, 2012

I'm so excited for my upcoming event with my dear friend Lauren Lail of Library: Archives of Fashion. I will be creating a room and vignette while she will create two ensembles, both inspired from vintage photographs. Stop by if you can and if not stay tuned for some photos from the event.

 

Southern Living: The New Tastemakers

April 23, 2012

Check out the May issue of Southern Living. I'm thrilled to be included as one of their New Tastemakers! Such a fantastic group of editors to work with!

Be Your Own Decorator

March 26, 2012

I'm so excited to be included in Susanna Salk's newest book with Rizzoli, Be Your Own Decorator: Taking inspiration and cues from today's top designers, which hits stands tomorrow. Susanna was one of the founding editors at Elle Decor and, an editor at House & Garden and is currently a prolific editor for the 1stdibs Introspective magazine. She has appeared on the Today Show and authored a number of books. You can read more about Susanna and her newest book on 1stdibs.

I can't wait for my copy and I'm looking forward to her book premiere in New York on April 10!

A Modern Nursery

September 07, 2011

Super stylish blogger and mama to be, Chassity Evans of Look Linger Love, is having a baby boy. Of course when she asked me to pull together a concept for a would be nursery I jumped at the chance. I like to design nurseries and children's rooms that can grow as they grow. Babies spend a lot of time in their little room, but so do their parents. Chassity is such a fashionista that I couldn't imagine her and her bambino in anything other than a super chic nursery.

Natural Beauty

July 06, 2011

Every really good space needs a mix of materials and textures. It adds depth and interest. Natural materials like rattan, wicker and bamboo are among my favorites. There is a warmth and quality to them that can make a formal room feel inviting or a casual room feel chic. Of course it's also my love of all things tropical. The warmer, the greener, the more exotic the more I love it. Rattan is solid, flexible and light weight making it perfect for furniture while bamboo is hollow and somewhat more brittle. Wicker is a weaving process that can really be made with anything from bamboo reeds to plastic. What I especially love are rattan and wicker pieces that are modern and unexpected. Old or new, natural or painted, these materials find their way into almost every house that I design.  
A classic california room by Michael Taylor

McGuire's famous rattan Butterfly Chair
A classic room by John Saladino

House & Garden c. 1960

Thailand's Soneva Kiri Resort designed by Olav Bruin

Dana Harper via Tria Giovan

A classic room by John Saladino

via Elle Decoration
A room by the great Billy Baldwin

1940's Italian Bamboo & Rattan Chair and Ottoman

High Style with Lonny

May 11, 2011

Love me some Lonny magazine! Just like everyone else, I anxiously await each inspiring issue. I was so excited when Michelle Adams called me last fall to ask if they could feature my work. Fast forward a few months and they turned one of my favorite homes into a beautiful feature. Of course it helps to have the ideal client, whom I now call a very close friend, to bring the story to life. Thank you Lonny and thank you Daphne! Find the rest of the story here.

Lady in a Turban

April 27, 2011

Well, it looks like the Lady in a Turban found a fabulous new home!

When Lindsay Bierman at Coastal Living magazine asked me to design their 2009 Idea Home I of course accepted. The next thing I did was call Molly B. Right and ask if she would create one of her amazing bottle cap portraits for the house. I delved into my research and laid out my palette and concepts for Molly, including paintings from Matisse's Moroccan period as well as pictures of Caribbean and island women. I told her I wanted a lady with a turban and left it at that. I knew she would create the perfect portrait... and she did. The portrait did not sell with the house, but a few months ago it found a permanent home with one Ms. Tyra Banks in New York City. According to Tyra, she can't stop staring at it, and I know exactly what she means. Molly's work is mesmerizing. I have my own thoughts about what I might commission Molly to do for me one day. In the mean time I'm sure the Lady in a Turban is enjoying her new digs.


design*sponge (sneak peek)

November 22, 2010


My super talented friend Stacey, creator of Perla Anne, photographed her most recent collection of block prints at my house and design*sponge quickly featured them on their blog. The editor at design*sponge asked whose house was in the background and well here we are. Thank you to design*sponge for the great sneak peek. And a big thanks to my dear friends Julia Lynn and Squire Fox for capturing my work so perfectly.

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