Nicole Fuller Interiors is an award-winning luxury design firm specializing in sophisticated, highly customized residential and commercial projects in the US and abroad. Based in New York with offices in Los Angeles, Nicole has cultivated a reputation for excellence with her domestic design projects. No challenge is too great; whether it is hand-painting wall treatments, creating custom furnishings or sourcing vintage accents, by layering classic elements with modern pieces, the spaces Nicole creates are luxurious and refined representations of her unparalleled commitment to visually dazzling and polished design.
An established art consultant with exclusive access to the world’s leading galleries and sought-after artists, Nicole Fuller‘s talents extend to curating pieces meant to transform or elevate any space. Her work has earned four International Property awards, two nominations for London’s prestigious Andrew Martin Designer of the Year award, and was listed by Vogue Magazine as an Interior Design Talent to Watch. With a design modality that adheres not to one specific aesthetic but rather embodies a commitment to sophisticated taste and timeless style, Nicole Fuller has acquired a list of prestigious clients such as Gianvito Rossi, Zac Posen, and Usher.
Clients receive an incomparable experience creating unique spaces, with an emphasis on client communication from start to finish. Nicole Fuller Interiors creates cohesive, sophisticated environments tailored to every client’s individual needs. Fuller’s work has covered a broad spectrum, from residential interiors to commercial and hospitality spaces, as well as collaborations with top real estate developers. Inspired by world travels, her passion for art, a fascination with history, and the beauty found in natural settings.
This 2-bedroom residence located on 5th Avenue, boasting extraordinary views, is owned by a young couple who wanted to keep the space fresh. Nicole Fuller achieved this with a neutral color pallet with splashes of color. The home was furnished with pieces from Espasso such as Sergio Rodrigues dining chairs and also Ralph Pucci and complimented with artwork by Retna, and Elliott Puckette and M.F. Husain. Functionality was a priority; so, they converted a storage closet into a studio office complete with custom millwork: built-in storage, shelving and wall paneling all in oxblood high gloss lacquer. The sliding doors to the office and guest room were tailor-made with specialty treatment finishes to give them an architectural design feature. Space was then completed with a bespoke bar for their entertainment needs.
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Baccarat Hotel & Residences
The redesign of this full-floor Midtown Manhattan home located in the Baccarat Hotel and Residences was brought to life by Nicole Fuller Interiors. This magnificent pied-a-terre has sweeping views of the city and features artwork by Andy Warhol. Fuller treated the walls with a myriad of Italian plaster finishes along with high gloss lacquered wall panels and divided the main living area into three separate vignettes, all while keeping with the client’s European chic tastes. Nicole Fuller Interior’s redesigned the Master Suite, adding a luxurious, walk-in closet adorned in a lacquered linen finish, in the color of Hermes Greige and Baccarat fixtures. Fuller’s touches of color, layered with soft neutral tones and textures throughout, lend themselves perfectly to this balanced and sophisticated interior.
This custom-built modern Hamptons home was realized from the ground up by Nicole Fuller Interiors. Working together with the architect and builder, Fuller imbued the home with a sense of bohemian sophistication. The look is achieved through Fuller’s signature use of black structural elements, such as dark windows to ground the space, alongside a light, neutral palette that echoes the surrounding seagrass and dunes. The home is furnished with an eclectic mix of vintage designs, custom furnishings, and transitional elements. In the living room, the ethnic vibe of texture-heavy Moroccan designs set against a precious silver travertine fireplace creates a look of effortless luxury.
The owners of Florence Fancy aimed to create a one-of-a-kind boutique shopping experience with the feel of a private club. The company offers the finest children’s clothing made exclusively in Europe. Set atop a privately owned townhouse on Manhattan’s Upper East Side and accessible by appointment only, the chic lounge-like environment truly makes visiting this boutique a special event. Nicole Fuller Interiors was responsible for every element of the company’s branding and the boutique’s design and build-out. Navy, white, and pale lavender combine to create a gender-neutral and luxurious color palette. Upon entry, each guest is served tea and Ladurée macarons atop vintage Hermès tea sets. Fuller designed every inch of the interior, from the grand window treatments and custom carpeting to a set of bespoke cast-plaster animal heads which are now part of Fuller’s own Isabella Wolfe Fantasy collection.
This bold and daring client gave Nicole Fuller Interiors carte blanche to create his colorful and fully custom luxury home. Coordinating between the builder and an architect, Fuller completely gutted the space, reconfigured the layout, and specified each and every finish. Decorated with museum-quality vintage finds, auction items from Philips de Pury, gallery-quality furnishings from Ralph Pucci, lighting by Lindsey Adelman, and important contemporary art, every square inch of this apartment is noteworthy. Fuller also created various bespoke elements such as custom wall treatments for each room, and a master bathroom tiled in a precious white gold mosaic from Bisazza.
17 East 12th
Situated along Manhattan’s prestigious “Gold Coast,” the building at 17 East 12th Street was developed by Rigby Asset Management, a New York-based real estate investment and development firm that specializes in rehabilitating underutilized commercial properties into high-end residential buildings. For the building’s model apartment, Rigby enlisted Nicole Fuller Interiors to create a bold and luxurious environment that complemented the grand vision of project architect, Bromley Caldari. Fuller specified products from her not-so-little black book of design resources to stage the space with museum-quality artworks, precious antiques, statement light fixtures, and contemporary furnishings, rugs, and window treatments.
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