John Douglas Eason Interiors
John Douglas Eason
610 West 42nd Street, Suite 42K
New York, NY
212.414.8544 | www.johndouglaseason.com

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John Douglas Eason. Photograph by Felix Kunze.

Having established his firm in 2000, John Douglas Eason’s projects extend throughout New York City and its surrounding communities. His sophisticated modern sensibility—which features structured designs that are saturated with texture and softened with organic forms and unexpected colors—is tempered by a deep knowledge of, and respect, for traditional design. Current projects include an art collector’s home at the Time Warner Center, an empty-nest home at 15 CPW, a Jackson Hole vacation home, a Madison Avenue art-world professional’s loft, and a fashion executive’s Financial District condo.

FAVORITE RESOURCES
Cowtan & Tout, Culture Object, H.M. Luther  

 

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