With a repertoire of interiors work that spans from Manhattan, the Hamptons, Texas, and Colorado to London and Saudi Arabia, New York City native Alex Papachristidis is in no danger of stopping. And why should he?
The work of interior decorator Alex Papachristidis has been described as a dynamic fusion of the modern and eclectic with the luxurious and traditional. Editors, designers and clients alike use the word “fresh” to define his approach, his color palette, and the delightful details that make even a small room sizzle with style.
Papachristidis was one of the talented few to receive his first big commission while still a student at Parsons School of Design. New York Spaces, Elle Décor, The New York Times, Architectural Digest, and other publications have featured his projects, which Rizzoli’s 2012 monograph, The Age Of Elegance: Interiors by Alex Papachristidis, documents more extensively. Current projects include an apartment on the Upper East Side, a Main Line Philadelphia Estate, and an apartment in Palm Beach.
Unlike some designers, Papachristidis welcomes his clients’ ideas. “Often the most interesting projects are the ones in which a savvy client is intimately involved,” he says. A perfectionist, he likes to see a project through to its smallest details—from the finials on lamps to custom made linens and couture tissue holders.
Recent projects include a grand English style country house in the Hamptons, with a creative layering of patterns, embroidery and sisals; an Eaton Square apartment with an unexpected mix of modern and 18th century furniture; and a Westchester home with whimsical old world prints, silk velvets and chinoiserie.
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