Good design is the interactive dialogue of creative minds that captures the spirit of the architecture and interprets the essence of the client.
Delancey Place Townhouse (Joseph Hancock, c. 1865)
Portledge (Horace Trumbauer, 1909)
Bold City Graphics
Old World Inspiration
Naturalists' Sanctuary (c. 1900, addition by Alvin Holm 2011)
Tudor Master (Allen Evans, 1896)
Victorian Heirloom (c. 1880)
The Jayne House (Frank Furness, 1895)
Eagle Farm (Ralph R. White, 1928)
Ardrossan (Horace Trumbauer, 1912)
Barbara Eberlein, ASID, was formally educated in the classics, history and art, an education that has served her lifelong passion for design well. She approaches the creation of interiors with the knowledge that, one day, these too will become part of the fabric of history. With an influential voice in today's dynamic design community, she has built a national reputation for expertise in the restoration of significant historic structures of the 19th and early 20th centuries. She is a sought-after lecturer on classical architecture and design, equally respected for her scholarly mastery and boundless enthusiasm for the field. Being an inveterate traveler constantly absorbing the aesthetic richness of the world, Barbara inspires her uniquely gifted staff in producing memorable environments expressed in a wide range of styles, always incorporating advances in materials, design and technology.