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"Interior Design is a fundamentally human-centered process, and I believe that our surroundings affect our bodies [our health] and our minds [our well-being].  This approach allows me to transform a place into a space, and is the difference between decorating and creating a meaningful and holistic environment.  I endeavour to use these principles to increase joy in my clients' lives.

I often hear, "I don't even know what I like, I have no particular style."  One of the most fulfilling aspects of the design process is building an authentic relationship with my clients, distilling their unique taste, and translating it into their business or home.


I fuse my love of traditional architecture with modern form, cutting edge technology, textile expertise, and a highly discerning eye.  I always begin with the end in mind, envisioning eclectic and transitional spaces that are as functional as they are beautiful."



With over thirteen years of professional design and project management experience, Arielle's distinguished background in fashion includes strategic partnerships and brand collaborations with W Hotels Worldwide, Carolina Herrera, Bergdorf Goodman, and membership in the CFDA. 


Arielle completed her BA in Art & Art History at Dickinson College, studying fashion design abroad in Florence, Italy at the prestigious Istituto Di Polimoda where she graduated with honours.  She then worked for several of the top fashion houses in New York City before founding her eponymous silk loungewear company which stocked with nearly 100 high end retailers worldwide.  Arielle moved to Canada with her husband thereafter and led a team of design consultants at a luxury furniture showroom, honing her skills for space planning and interior curation.  Since earning her CID at Ryerson University summa cum laude, Arielle has completed a variety of commercial and residential interior projects throughout North America.  She resides with her husband, daughter, and sheepadoodle in Short Hills, NJ.

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