Danielle Colding Design, INC. is a full-service interior design firm based in New York City. Since its inception in 2006, Danielle Colding design, or dcdny, has taken on a wide variety of projects from high-end residential to distinctive commercial design projects both in the United States and abroad. Danielle’s work has been published both nationally and internationally. Named to Elle Decor’s The A-List for 2020, dcdny prides themselves on excellent client relationships, including many returning clients on multiple projects, and are committed to happy and successful design collaborations. Not wedded to one particular style or era, danielle colding design works focuses on their clients’ design aesthetic, and carefully enhancing them, producing chic, timeless, and elegant results. Danielle Colding design’s work has been featured in numerous design publications in the US and abroad, including New York Magazine, Better Homes & Gardens, Essence Magazine, and HGTV Magazine. Online publications include Elle Decor, Lonny Magazine, House Beautiful, Apartment Therapy, and New York Spaces Magazine. She resides with her husband, two kids, and prized dog Mia in Brooklyn, NY.
“Now more than ever our world has become acutely aware of the importance of the home, especially with regard to our overall well being. Home is a sanctuary, a refuge from the world, and a place to recharge and regroup. More and more, the home needs to serve multiple purposes: it is a place of connection and communion, a workspace, a relaxation hub, and a place to hopefully one day entertain again. In our business, we specialize in making each space we design unique and highly personalized for our clients. That philosophy is no longer a luxury idea. The personalization of the home is truly for everyone. Where I see design going, fingers crossed is more of a slowed-down approach to design. I would love to eliminate the big reveal in favor of homes that evolve and grow over time. More it more it feels like time has taken on a new meaning and the need to rush for the sake of rushing isn’t as important. I am a creative above all and I do my job best when I have time- time to marinate, time to try out different concepts, time to make mistakes, and fix them. There is a mindfulness and intentional approach to design of late that I hope is here to stay.”