Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Interior Designer Betty Wasserman

If you like no fuss, warm, modern, minimal design, may I introduce you to designer Betty Wasserman.  New York designer Betty Wasserman was originally an art dealer and in 1996 moved in to the arena of interior design.  She still represents artists who help make her minimally designed spaces unique and full of character.

If you have time to look through the site, you will notice that most of the homes have photos of children running around.  I think this is to show you that even with kids in a house you don't have to sacrifice on sophisticated, modern, elegant style. She does not have a large amount of children's spaces photographed but here are a few fun and functional designs.

None of these rooms below are children's rooms but I'm drooling over the whole Modern Farmhouse portfolio.

Chaises instead of a sectional in a play/tv room? Brilliant!

photography by Eric Striffler Photograhy


  1. Oh yes! I totally agree, I just don't understand why people think if you have children you have to live in plastic toy heaven. Get rid of the stuff, they don't play with them anyway!