Cullman and Kravis Interior Design
This week’s featured spotlight is Ellie Cullman Of Cullman and Kravis Interior Design
Today’s interior designer spotlight highlights one of the most influential and premiere American designers, Ellie Cullman of Cullman & Kravis. Ellie has influenced American interior design for the past 25 years having been listed as a part of Architectural Digest 100 every year since 2000. In 2009, she was awarded the Stars of Design award at the D&D building in NYC. Born and raised in Brooklyn, Cullman is a prime exemplar of New York’s finest who has risen to the top of the design world.
Ellie Cullman comes from an art background where she studied Asian Studies at Columbia and worked as a curator for the Museum of American Folk Art before starting Cullman and Kravis. Cullman has also served on the boards of the MoMA, the Film Society of Lincoln Center, and was a board member of the Brooklyn Museum from 1998 to 2009. Her heavy arts background has made her quite the expert in incorporating antiques and decor into her designs. Ellie Cullman’s designs are both beautiful and breathtaking that add a sense of value for the spaces she works with, through rich design and prestige.
The interiors designed by Ellie exhibit a fine tradition of American styling with beautiful attention to valued decor. Having worked on ornate New York City townhouses and apartments, fresh and vibrant summer homes, and homely historic country homes, Cullman’s artistry lies in the inviting spaces she creates. Her modern approach of incorporating valuable decorative pieces in classic and traditional homes really adds a special touch of unique and quality status.
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This article about interior designer Ellie Cullman of Cullman and Kravis Interior Design was published by Nazmiyal Antique Rugs in New York City.