• Lisa Sternfeld

    by  • 7 Jan ’10 • Uncategorized • 23 Comments


    If you have not yet listened to Stephen Drucker, Editor and Chief of House Beautiful, on The Skirted Round Table, I would encourage you to do so. He makes many great and interesting points regarding magazines, designers and blogs. One thought that stuck with me is the sheer number of talented designers who have yet to be published in a national magazine or gain name recognition. Truly, there are so many that are a constant source of inspiration when writing my blog each day. As Stephen reminded us, “Style and great design are everywhere!”

    Certainly that is true when it comes to Lisa Sternfeld. A graduate of Parsons School of Design (she also studied art and design at the University of Florence, Italy), Lisa creates rooms that are both highly sophisticated and exceptionally inviting.

    After working with such industry greats as Thomas O’Brien and Adam Tihany, as well as Walt Disney, Coach and Victoria’s Secret, she founded her firm, LSID, in 2006. Lisa recently completed phase one of a “dream project” for clients on Martha’s Vineyard.


    Wanting a formal, yet elegant beach home, Lisa selected a color palette reflecting the pale colors of the sky and warms blues of the sea. Bespoke furniture and accessories, including chairs finished with ancient gilding techniques and jewel-like lighting crafted by hand in bronze, crystal and enamel, adds a summerlike sparkle year round. Come spring Lisa will start work on phase 2 of the home (the private spaces). I for one can’t wait to see what she has in store.



    23 Responses to Lisa Sternfeld

    1. DesignTherapy
      7 Jan ’10 at 11:50 am

      We love Lisa Sternfeld!!!

    2. Annie@A View On Design
      7 Jan ’10 at 12:54 pm

      wow, geesh, that room is stunning, quite amazing!

    3. Anne
      7 Jan ’10 at 1:33 pm

      So soothing and stunning. Superb!

    4. Jay
      7 Jan ’10 at 1:35 pm

      I can always count on you to deliver all the best.

    5. Greet
      7 Jan ’10 at 1:36 pm

      Thank you Ronda for introducing us to Lisa! She is very talented! I like her style!
      xx
      Greet
      PS Happy New Year!

    6. Kathy
      7 Jan ’10 at 1:43 pm

      I love that shade of blue. So calming and sophisticated. So very pretty.
      Kathy

    7. MB
      7 Jan ’10 at 4:08 pm

      The spaces Lisa Sternfeld has created are amazing! The rooms look elegant but at the same time very warm and inviting. Thanks for sharing! Very inspiring!

    8. pve design
      7 Jan ’10 at 4:17 pm

      I am in love with that blue, it is soothing, tranquil and an oasis of calm. There is a certain "restraint" about Lisa's work that I find full of allure.
      Thanks for yet another wonderful introduction.
      pve

    9. Karena
      7 Jan ’10 at 4:48 pm

      Wow, just beautiful! That blue is dreamy!!Lisa is very talented, thank you for the feature.

    10. sophie dahy designs
      7 Jan ’10 at 4:55 pm

      Her colors are gorgeous! Thank you for introducing us to her!

    11. eco-stylista
      7 Jan ’10 at 6:37 pm

      She has impeccable taste! Beautiful home, I love the color scheme!
      Just found your blog and I love it!

    12. ALL THE BEST
      7 Jan ’10 at 6:39 pm

      Thank you for all of the comments! Lisa is both lovely AND talented!!

    13. Isabella
      7 Jan ’10 at 7:01 pm

      There is such an incredible blending of calm and elegance without seeming the least bit stuffy. I've just gone to Lisa's website and she does wonderful work. Thanks for the introduction!

    14. Lisa Sternfeld
      7 Jan ’10 at 7:26 pm

      Thank you so much Ronda and to all your readers for their wonderful comments. You truly are the champion of designers and our trade! I'm so honored to have been included on your blog. Thank you thank you!

    15. ALL THE BEST
      7 Jan ’10 at 7:36 pm

      Lisa,
      You are the Best! I am thrilled to be a cheerleader (in some small way) on behalf of designers. Wishing you all the very best!
      xoxo

    16. Shani
      7 Jan ’10 at 8:35 pm

      I am absolutely head-over-heels with that white and tan zebra-print. What a talented designer!

    17. Cote de Texas
      7 Jan ’10 at 9:22 pm

      Thanks for the shoutout!
      her work is gorgeous – S.Drucker made it clear he really is looking and open to new great work – she should show him this. it's incrediblely beautiful!!!!! I only wish i was this talented.

    18. Elie's Papel
      7 Jan ’10 at 10:23 pm

      I agree that there are lots of talented design professionals that are yet to be discovered… unfortunately because of the time we are living many of them are unemployed. Hope this year brings them lots of luck and the opportunity to be discovered!!!

    19. Linda Merrill
      7 Jan ’10 at 11:42 pm

      This project is indeed glorious – Lisa is a very talented designer and hopefully we will see her published nationally soon!

      And Ronda – thanks so much for the Skirted Roundtable shoutout, very much appreciated!

    20. Gwen Driscoll
      8 Jan ’10 at 3:49 am

      Ronda,

      So happy you featured a very talented designer who is new to me and I'm sure others. I'm always amazed to see the same designers featured over and over when there are so many others out there that have equal or more talent.

      Thank you for your great blog, always so fun to read. Looking forward to a great 2010.

      Gwen
      Ragland Hill Social

    21. Helen Stroud
      8 Jan ’10 at 5:37 pm

      I don't know….this seems so stiff and cold to me. Classic but chilly. Would you want to curl up with a book in that room? Would you want to sit and visit with your best friend in that room? Too much like Cameron Diaz's house in The Holiday. I like more imperfection, personally. Beautiful imperfection, though…let me be clear on that!

    22. ALL THE BEST
      8 Jan ’10 at 5:44 pm

      Honestly, I really could imagine that room with a large roaring fire, sitting around with friends and having cocktails.

    23. Froulala
      8 Jan ’10 at 8:36 pm

      Listening to Stephen Drucker on podcast. Thank you for sharing, great points indeed. It prompted me to subscribe to House Beautiful.

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