Designer Snapshot: Nicole Hogarty on Dmitriy & Co.
September 14, 2011
By Paula M. Bodah
On a recent buying trip to New York City, Providence designer Nicole Hogarty discovered–and became an instant fan of–Dmitriy & Co. In a Chelsea loft, husband and wife Donna and David Feldman show off a collection of antique furniture and decorative objects from all over the world, plus the Manhattan-made hand-crafted furniture they design.
â€œI admire their attention to detail and their willingness to customize individual pieces to suit each project,â€ Nicole says. â€œThe made-to-order furniture collection is both classic and modern, making it work in almost any environment from New England to L.A.â€
You can see more of Nicole’s design aesthetic in her choices for Perspectives in our September/October issue.
Below are a few of Nicole’s favorite pieces from Dmitriy & Co.
Coffee tables with wood or stone tops have a steel base with a hand-rubbed bronze finish.
Photos courtesy of Dmitriy & Co.
The Brugge mini-bench, which can be made to order, is a contemporary counterpoint to a nineteenth-century mahogany English demilune and a pair of nineteenth-century French bottles.
Dmitriy & Co.’s made-to-order walnut-based bench is shown here in Belgian linen.
A nineteenth-century French magnifying glass makes a good companion to a group of decorative accessories made from seventeenth-century Chinese wooden objects.