Good Works

Good Works: Robin Baron Believes That Confidence Begins At Home!

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Vendor on Vedere and interior designer, Robin Baron believes that it is her mission to help clients create spaces that reflect their passions and enhance their lifestyles.

(Photography Credit: Robin Baron Design)

Robin Baron tells Vedere that her clients are a source of inspiration, which is one of the many positives that drive her as an interior designer. “Every project is distinct and different from any other one I’m working on,” she continues. “That’s what inspires me the most—that I am able to think outside the box for every project.”

(Photography Credit: Robin Baron Design)

Robin Baron has been featured in numerous TV, radio and video appearances including LX TV’s “Open House,” highlighting her helpful tips and tricks for empowering people in the home while making it beautiful and livable.

(Photography Credit: Robin Baron Design)

“One of the projects I’m currently working on is a large apartment at the Manhattan House on the Upper East Side in New York City,” she shares.

(Photography Credit: New York Architecture)

Designed in 1950 by master architect Gordon Bunshaft with Skidmore Owings and Merrill, the building was designated a New York City Landmark in 2007. Considered by many to be a modernist icon, the Manhattan House offers five star services, exclusive amenities and re-engineered residential interiors.

(An Example Of A Space At The Manhattan House. Photography Credit: Manhattan House)

“So far, my favorite piece for this project is this custom Lewis MittmanMangeaise” settee,” she divulges, sharing with Vedere an exclusive, never-before-seen image that the workroom has sent to Ms. Baron to show just how fabulous the piece turned out. “We made a bold statement with this large-patterned Fadini Borghi silk fabric,” she says.

As the space is still under construction, the piece has not been installed yet, but Ms. Baron is eager to put the finishing touches on this soon-to-be incredible interior. “I can’t wait until we’re ready to photograph the entire project,” she says eagerly.

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