Designers

Anelle Gandelman

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Anelle Gandelman founded A-List Interiors with the desire to offer luxury interior design along with exceptional service and a commitment to excellence. Her interiors are classically inspired, undeniably sophisticated and stylish, as well as infinitely warm, inviting, and full of life. She is known for creating custom interiors that reflect each client’s personal aesthetic while enhancing their particular lifestyle. Anelle comes from a strong background in both art and design. She earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Parsons School of Design. She is an alumna of DwellStudio, a New York-based home furnishings company, where she served as Head of Design before leaving to start her own design firm and contemporary Art Gallery in 2007. Anelle subsequently studied Interior Design at the New York School of Interior Design and holds a Certificate in American Art and antiques from the Sotheby’s Institute of Art. In 2012, Anelle founded her New York design firm A-List Interiors. Anelle is also an SFC accredited Green Leader. Anelle has participated in the 2017 Hamptons Designer Show House and the 2018 Holiday House in New York. Her work has been published in American Lifestyle, House Beautiful, Luxe Magazine, Traditional Home, Architecturaldigest.com, NY Cottages & Gardens, Unique Homes, and the Wall Street Journal.

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“Everything goes in cycles, so as we move through a period of seventies inspired furnishings, we are starting to see the influence of the 80’s emerging. I think some of this is fueling the move away from mid-century design and the desire for more traditional interiors, including canopy beds, plush upholstery and Laura Ashley inspired textiles. Simultaneously, sustainability and wellness in interiors are becoming increasingly important. The pause created by the COVID pandemic made people even more aware of the impact our choices have on the environment; a silver lining of sorts. That said, within all these trends, I think the focus on individual taste and a mix of periods and styles remains the strongest trend.”

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