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Scarsdale Family Home | Interior Design by Ana Claudia Design
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Scarsdale Family Home | Interior Design by Ana Claudia Design
Scarsdale Family Home | Interior Design by Ana Claudia Design
Scarsdale Family Home | Interior Design by Ana Claudia Design
Scarsdale Family Home | Interior Design by Ana Claudia Design
Scarsdale Family Home | Interior Design by Ana Claudia Design
Scarsdale Family Home | Interior Design by Ana Claudia Design

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Ana Claudia Design

Scarsdale Family Home - Interior Design

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As our saying goes “it’s about how you feel the moment you walk in the door”. Here we were striving for an inviting and grounded grand entry-way with statement arrangements. Local, Hudson Valley-made Kieran Kinsella stumps and Brittany Blue ceramics add drama and style.

Always a great opportunity to wallpaper, this powder room has statement wallpaper that complements the marble console vanity. A sculptural mirror and industrial sconce were added for additional intrigue.

Although the ceilings are low, we added wallpaper and a sculptural chandelier to accentuate the ceiling instead of allowing it to blend into the whole. As a result, the ceiling appears more interesting and higher! Blue velvet barrel chairs and a walnut dining table anchor the space alongside a large art piece with sconces to add height and dimension.

Our client requested a family friendly space that looked more high style than family oriented. We chose a navy sofa and black accessories that could easily hide damages from kids paired with marbled fabric from Eskayelon the ottomans. Everything in the space is kid friendly and can be used to play or put your feet up. Then we layered in an extra-large art piece that is more traditional to add some elegance. In keeping with our client’s needs, thefamily room echo's the style of the home and is appropriate for kids and adults alike.

The original kitchen was where the family room is now located. KimoyStudios moved it to it’s new, more functional location and designed the cabinetry. We selected all fixtures and décor. The contrasting black fixtures play well with the warm oak cabinetry.

The bench and hooks are camouflaged by the paneled wall. This intentional selection lessens visual clutter in a room that is usually very cluttered by a family of four. Then we continued with contrasting black fixtures here to offset the pine and oak throughout the room.

In the primary suite we wanted to add texture, soothing colors, and serenity to encourage relaxation after a long day. The primary bathroom is luxurious and spa-like.

Our client’s daughter loves animals and nature, so we added metallic chinoiserie wallpaper, fox and bird lamps, and created a sweet fox bolster pillow. Then we added brass and white lacquer accents to reflect the lighting and wallpaper, adding dimension and brightness to the bedroom.

Item Scarsdale Family Home
As seen in Private Residence, Scarsdale, NY
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Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2020

A native of Brazil, Miami-raised, long time resident of Brooklyn and now resident of Hudson Valley, NY, Ana Claudia is just as eclectic and diverse as her background.

Upon graduating from Florida International University with a Liberal Arts Degree focused in Architecture, Ana Claudia worked in architecture for about a decade only to realize she loved working in interior design. For 5 years she worked at Ligne Roset as an interior designer where she honed her skills not just in design but also became a better listener and developed strong customer service. While at Ligne Roset Ana Claudia also started her design company first as a jewelry company known as ACD Jewelry and soon after she decided to solely focus on interiors and never regretted a moment since.

A couple years working as an interior designer, Ana Claudia met her husband through a long time friend and sister of her husband Aaron Smyle. Aaron's and Ana Claudia's personalities not only connected but they also connected because they are both small business owners who are passionate about their careers. Soon after they moved in together…

“We moved into our ‘dream apartment’ in Brooklyn. I was content in the city and considered myself a New Yorker. My husband is an owner and accountant for Smyle & Associates, and I had my interior design company in the city.”

Yet less than 6 months after moving in, the couple took a weekend trip to Beacon. They fell in love with Upstate New York, and a new adventure had begun.

“Before we knew it, we had a realtor on speed dial and we’re looking for houses.” Soon after making an offer, Ana Claudia and her husband became the proud owners of a pristine condition midcentury modern home. Hello full gut renovation!

“By the time the extensive renovations were complete, we couldn’t wait to move in and live in the Hudson Valley full time.”

Today the interior designer is making a name for herself with projects in Hudson Valley New York, Manhattan, Brooklyn, and New Jersey.