threshold interiors

 
Liz Tiesi, owner and lead designer at threshold interiors has been featured on HGTV's "You Live in What?" and in The New York Times. Liz trained at the Inchbald School of Interior Design in London. After moving back from Europe in 2010, she opened her design firm to provide a fresh approach to the creation of residential spaces. Her design philosophy envisions interiors that are in keeping with the local vernacular whether it is a mews house in Notting Hill, a beach cottage in Nantucket, or a former rag shop in Manhattan. Her goal is to create a unique visual experience for her clients that is created by layering textures and colors across many mediums. Liz's goal is to use her clients images and ideas to create a theme for their space which provides a cohesive vision for the project. She loves to help her clients push their own design boundaries by encouraging them to use products and materials that they want to use, but are unsure of how to incorporate successfully into their project. One of Liz’s passions is to use salvaged materials and objects into her designs. These reclaimed elements provide a link to the durability and sturdiness of our industrial past. Utilizing architectural salvage provides a distinctive visual and tactile approach to a project and enhances modern design and materials. When not sifting through industrial salvage yards, Liz can be found in Tribeca walking her Chihuaua, Taco
Certifications and Awards
Liz has been featured on HGTV's "You Live in What?" Series. To read more about Liz, please see her article in the New York Times.Please copy and paste the link into your browser:http://www.nytimes.com/2013/08/04/realestate/how-to-land-a-loft.html?emc=edit_tnt_20130802&tntemail0=y&_r=0
Professionals Kitchen & Bath Designers
Contact: Liz Tiesi
Location: 86 Franklin St, #3 New York, New York 10013 United States
Contact : (347) 721-4250
Website : http://www.thresholdinteriorsnyc.com

Projects

New Jersey Shore Craftsman

Greenwich Street Loft

Nantucket Bijoux Part II

Nantucket Bijoux Part I

Spring Lake Saltbox

Nantucket Sophisticate

Spring Lake Beach Chic

Franklin Street Loft

Nantucket Cottage

Reade Street Loft

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