Inspiring Projects & Highlights from Décor Aid Designers

There’s nothing we love more than browsing through Pinterest to gain inspiration for our clients’ projects as well as our own homes, which is why we’re excited to partner with NYC-based interior design firm Décor Aid to share some of their projects that will surely inspire you to spruce up your own home! We love that their mission is to rethink high-end interior design by making their services more affordable for clients. They have a fixed pricing structure (so you know what you're in for right off the bat), pass on their trade discounts on furniture, and have a range of designers who have even worked at celebrity firms. They’ve even been featured in Elle Décor, House Beautiful, and HGTV.

The process is also super simple: Once you sign up, your project coordinator will arrange a free in-home consultation with your designer & from there you'll receive a customized proposal for your personal style, budget, and scope. Need more than just décor? They can also provide a hassle-free renovation program by arranging free consultations, assisting in the bidding process, and coordinating with your personal designer. Take a look below at Décor Aid’s favorite projects & read their insight on how they helped transform each of their client’s homes, below!

The saying may sound like an expected cliché, but it rings true - inspiration can be found just about anywhere. Even when you’re looking for enviable cues to update your own home’s interior design with confidence. And that’s why these highlights from interior design firm Décor Aid are so essential when looking for styling advice for your own home. From a sprawling mid-century modern home in Westchester to a light and airy petite San Francisco pied-à-terre, you’ll be sure to find takes that could be right for your lifestyle and tastes.

But before we explore some of their favorite transformations, here’s a little more info on the firm, if you’re curious. Décor Aid is an interior design firm that revolutionized the industry in order to provide white-glove design and renovation services throughout the United States for those outside of the 1%. Honest pricing, fixed design fees, trade discounts, and the best interior designers nationwide are what make Décor Aid a trusted standout in the industry. Take a look at some of their favorite projects & be sure to click each photo to see more from the design:


While most apartments in NYC are short on space, when it comes to creating an inviting foyer, sticking to the essential basics can be just about all you need to evoke the feel of a stylish entryway. For this residence in the glamorous and iconic One57 residential skyscraper steps away from Central Park South, a Silicon Valley tech investor reached out to Décor Aid for help in creating an interior worthy of the landmark residence.

Lucky for the owner, the apartment was a light-filled gem with stunning views of Central Park, and Décor Aid worked to create a contemporary, well-judged, and colorful space, with low-profile silhouettes that won’t distract from the views.

To give the residence an equally luxurious entrance, they sourced a Chista console table and a bench from Holly Hunt. As you can see, the slim mirror hung above the console features lines similar to the console for consistency and to keep the eye moving – and it boasts a gender-neutral appeal that’s peppered with a sense of everyday glamour to boot.

Dining Room

After moving out of Manhattan to a much bigger home in Westchester, a client found herself in an all-too-relatable dilemma; how do you decorate oversized common rooms with an open floor plan? To make the home feel complete while reflecting her young family, a minimal palette of mid-century modern furnishings were brought in and carefully edited.

A custom-made wood dining table was designed to comfortably seat up to 10 guests, alongside a graphic wood console from Candelabra to bridge the divide between the home’s charming modern country spirit and the client’s spartan personal aesthetic.


When a repeat Décor Aid client purchased a new condo in Sag Harbor, New York, he immediately turned to the firm to transform it into a handsome retreat. Lucky for them, the home is in an 1881 factory building that was completely transformed, save for some highly inspired raw architectural features.

After his interior designer explored the space, he went for juxtaposing sophisticated furnishings and renovation updates with the building’s historic elements for a refined, yet rustic, look that’s chock full of the unexpected. In the kitchen, the designer stuck with the home’s minimal spirit and kept surfaces spare and calming, so all eyes can focus on the stunning atrium and industrial swing table.

Open Living Room & Dining Room

As characterless residential buildings continue to pop up across the nation, Décor Aid decorators are often faced with adding personality and warmth to otherwise standard, lifeless apartments. In the case of this weekend getaway in the heart of San Francisco for a repeat client, the bones of the space were spartan and generic at best.

Since the open floor plan apartment was small in scale, Décor Aid’s designer smartly repeated the same elements in each room to consistently tie everything together. By bringing in marble accents and finishes, sleek chrome lamps, and consoles and desks featuring slim bases, the look remains minimal in spirit, yet beautifully realized and warm and inviting for an almost transparent look to avoid adding visual weight in each room. The gray L-shaped sofa was used as a key focal point while mirroring the smooth gray surfaces throughout the apartment. To emphasize the tons of natural light the apartment gets, white tables were also added to avoid a visually heavy, cluttered look.

Home Office

For the same client’s home, a small home office work space was requested since this isn’t their main residence and they’d still need a calming spot to work out of when visiting. A graphic striped chair was sourced to add energy to one of the bedrooms and a gallery wall featuring playful, yet sophisticated, animal prints was installed for a sophisticated sense of inspiring play.

Master Bedroom & Bathroom

When a tech maven was at a loss when looking for lighting and decorating ideas for her young family’s Brooklyn loft, she asked Décor Aid to bring her eclectic vision and wanderlust sensibility to life in her home.

As the home was decorated with a heady mix of modern, rustic, and Scandinavian design styles and notes, their designer continued the feel in the master bedroom.

For their bedroom, Décor Aid interior designer Maria T. made a truly memorable statement by taking advantage of beautifully carved oversized doors that were sitting in storage by using them as a statement-making headboard – while keeping the rest of the area refreshingly minimal.

The same client asked that her small bathroom be transformed to feel like a private oasis. To get the look right, Maria T. decorated the master bathroom to evoke the feel of a far-flung spa via Turkish towels, teak elements, and a handwoven bamboo pendant light.

Having masterfully completed hundreds of interior design projects from coast to coast, you can expect Décor Aid to know a thing or two about creating sumptuous, life-enhancing design. Take a cue from their expert interior designers’ sage advice when looking to recreate your own home. If you’re on the hunt for even more design cues, the team at Décor Aid also publishes a well-curated online interior design magazine that covers hundreds of informative topics, from the latest décor trends to everything you need to know about storage solutions.

Which was your favorite project featured above? Let us know in the comments! We personally loved the Brooklyn master bedroom that featured a mix of minimalist, rustic, global, and Scandinavian styles – it feels like a private sanctuary in a faraway world, which gives us serious wanderlust vibes. Speaking of travel, we’ve been pinning like crazy! Follow us on Pinterest for even more home, travel, food, lifestyle, fashion & wellness inspiration!