Judith Cohen is an interior designer whose work is sophisticated, elegant and comfortable. With a well-defined design sense that incorporates clean lines, traditional elements and using quality materials, she creates beautiful and luxurious interiors.
After college where she majored in English Literature and Art History, Judith was an assistant to the famous surrealist painter, Salvador Dali. Her work included editing his illustrated cook book, "Les Diners de Gala", working with art dealers, book distributors, and the publisher. Judith studied at the New York School of Interior Design, and officially began her interior design career working as an assistant to noted interior designers Mario Buatta and Abbey Darer.
She founded Judith Cohen Design more than 20 years ago. Her first design project was a Wall Street office. From there she moved on to Manhattan apartments, professional offices and suburban homes. Judith specializes in residential and corporate projects in New York City, Westchester County and Connecticut.
Judith Cohen's signature style has been featured in Redbook, Woman's Day, House Beautiful, Home Ideas and Family Circle. She has written articles for Westchester and Connecticut Cottages & Gardens and The Scarsdale Inquirer. Two children's rooms are featured in the book, "Rooms to Grow, Creating Rooms and Furniture for Children", by Jane Cornell.