Photography: Jane Beiles
With their five-year anniversary just around the corner, D2 Interieurs has several reasons to celebrate. Since launching their full-service interior design firm in 2011, owner Denise Davies and creative director Kerri Rosenthal had outgrown their old space, and a barn on Davies’ property was the perfect spot for a new studio. “It’s very open and spacious,” says Davies. “We feel really inspired to create here.”
Following a complete renovation, the new light-flooded studio features crisp white walls, plenty of built-in storage spaces and comfortable seating. Although D2 Interieurs is known for its love of color, the new studio’s strategic lack of color serves as an imaginative blank canvas for design plans. “We tried to make the space as neutral and bright as possible because everything we do is all about color,” says Davies.
That neutral environment is also key to creative risk-taking. “When we bring clients here, we want them to think outside the box,” says Rosenthal. “We’re not by the book. We go against gravity, and that’s what makes us stand out.”
Offering a range of services that includes full-service interior design, “last layer” styling and accessorizing, remodeling, construction and renovation, and custom furniture, D2 Interieurs is also adding RODA HOME, a new product line, to the mix this spring. Named for the first two letters of the duo’s last names, RODA HOME will carry the designers’ custom rugs, custom Lucite mirrors and a wallpaper line, Happy Walls, inspired by Rosenthal’s art. 17 Lords Highway, Weston, 646-326-7048, d2interieurs.com
The kitchen’s custom-painted, back-lit glass backsplash is painted in D2 Interieurs’ signature color, Benjamin Moore Sun Porch.
Sunlight, comfortable seating and plenty of space encourage creativity.
Elements of Style
The new home of D2 Interieurs reflects their design aesthetic.
STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN
Special elements, such as a floating glass staircase, were incorporated to introduce clients to new design possibilities.
“Color is happy, and that’s why we design with color,” says Rosenthal. “It makes people happy.”
The white studio is infused with unexpected
pops of their signature color, Benjamin Moore Sun Porch.