Today I am thrilled to be featuring the work of New York interior design firm Brass Hill Design. Comprised of a dynamic duo, Mariel Goodson and Remi Crisci, Brass Hill Design’s interiors are both sophisticated and fun, packing a punch with eclectic accents, plenty of pattern play and splashes of color. The spaces they design are family-friendly but always chic, and while they incorporate many transitional elements, their interiors are rooted in traditional design and instantly make you feel right at home.
Prior to opening their design firm, both women hailed from creative backgrounds. Crisci began her career in the fashion industry working for illustrious companies among the ranks of Chanel and Theory before shifting into the world of interior design and working for the renown Katie Ridder. Meanwhile, Goodson’s career began in the editorial world. She wrote for an impressive array of magazines including Martha Stewart, Better Homes and Gardens, Redbook and Good Housekeeping until she renovated two historic homes and realized her heart lay in interior design. It is therefore no surprise, with resumes such as these and innate design sensibilities, that they make such a dream team.
I first stumbled upon Brass Hill Design on Instagram and am so glad I did! Although I usually tend to gravitate towards more neutral interiors, it’s so easy to get into design ruts when we only stick to our comfort zone. When I discovered their page, I found myself endlessly inspired by their designs which always help me think outside the box and I hope they can help inspire you too!