Featured in New York Cottages and Gardens - May/June 2018
Tour a Modern Upper East Side Duplex Decorated by Elizabeth Pash
Elizabeth Pash can tell a visitor where every furnishing and accessory in her Park Avenue duplex comes from, along with a beguiling story of its acquisition. Perhaps that’s not so surprising for someone who makes her living as a decorator, but Pash knows even more. In addition to understanding how to put together a luxurious apartment for herself, her husband, and their four children, she can also speak eloquently about the importance of home, in an existential and practical sense.
Featured in Washington Post Home and Garden - May 2018
When interior designer Elizabeth Pash set about renovating her Manhattan kitchen, one thing she knew for sure was that she wanted the space to include a mix of materials: wood for the cabinetry, honed marble for the countertops and stainless steel for the appliances. Pash also used stainless steel for other design elements : Her custom range hood was constructed from sheets of matte stainless steel and trimmed with polished stainless steel, and she installed a retractable stainless-steel “garage” to conceal smaller appliances with a trio of stainless-steel cabinets above. As she says, “There are a lot of trends that seem to come and go in kitchen design, but stainless steel has played a role in kitchens for a long time, and I think it will be here for years to come.”
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Featured in NY SPACES - December 2017
The American Cancer Society's Hope Lodge Bash Featured Ultra-Talented Newcomers
This year's Hope Lodge Bash featured a slew of beautiful tables created by designers new to the benefit—the results are beyond beautiful and full of hope!
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Featured in Editor At Large - November 2017
Since its founding in 2007, Hope Lodge, 60-room center that provides free housing to cancer patients and their caregivers, who come from all over the world, has provided more than 158,000 nights of free lodging to about 17,000 guests, resulting in a combined savings of over $55 million.
“Fighting cancer can be not only physically draining, but financially draining as well. Hope Lodge NYC provides facilities that allow patients to get the most cutting-edge treatments in New York without worrying about where they will stay,” said Guillaume Gentet, co-founder and co-chair of the Hope Lodge Bash.
Featured Dealer Article - May 2017
The seeds of Elizabeth Pash’s growing antiques and design business were planted years ago, when a young girl accompanied her mother to design shops in Washington – often with a distinct lack of enthusiasm. “My mother has a flair for decorating and was always making our homes beautiful. And while being dragged to fabric stores was torture, somehow, by osmosis, I developed a love of interior design,” says Pash.
After living in France, studying at Parsons School of Design, NYU, and the Isabel O’Neil Studio, and working in a Manhattan antiques shop, Elizabeth opened her first shop in 2007. She later became one of the premiere dealers to join the 1stdibs Gallery at the New York Design Center. In 2013, she opened a second shop in the charming community of Locust Valley, New York, in addition to her longstanding online presence on 1stdibs. Fluent in French, Elizabeth regularly travels to France, London, and locations throughout the United States to collect her inventory, which includes fine antiques, select mid-century pieces, and a wide range of lighting and decorative accessories. “I love to create homelike vignettes, where a modern lamp sits atop at 19th century walnut commode, or a seating area has a mirror, light, and side table all of different origins, so clients can picture how things might look in their own homes.”
Elizabeth also offers a full range of interior design services, with clients in Manhattan, Westchester County, Long Island and Los Angeles. She believes that a home should be a haven, an oasis of calm in our hectic and overcharged lives. It should be beautiful, inviting and comfortable. She mixes carefully chosen antiques with select modern pieces to create tailored, personalized spaces that evoke a timeless elegance and flair. She describes it as “traditional with a twist. I have great respect for the beautiful patina of traditional antiques – you can’t get that with reproductions – but I also like a nod to the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.” The look is one that is polished and curated, and that makes any space more interesting, visually appealing, and fun to come home to at the end of the day.
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