A Bold and Colorful Home by John Barman (Part 2)
John Barman is not afraid to use bold colors in his design. In fact, his use of it is one of the things he’s known for. Take a look at how he integrated bold color with unexpected design touches in a home he designed on Park Ave.
Designer John Barman’s Colorful Hamptons Escape
John Barman is as known for both his use of vibrant colors and for mixing different eras when it comes to furniture and décor. His design aesthetic plays out beautifully in his Sagaponack retreat. It’s a bold design statement, but also comfortable and tranquil.
A Colorful Pre-War Penthouse
We’re exploring a beautiful kaleidoscopic pre-war penthouse with sweeping one-of-a-kind city views. The views can be enjoyed from either its expansive wrap around terrace, its rooftop patio, or even its unique solarium! But wait until you see the décor.
HGTV – Top Ten Kitchens That Cook
An up-close look at 10 of the very best kitchens. From sophisticated and simple to fully-loaded, these kitchens demonstrate the best layout, materials and equipment to prepare a gourmet feast.
HGTV’S TOP 10 | Episode: 05 | CHAMPIONS OF BREAKFAST
This episode features a Hampton’s kitchen designed by John Barman and also includes commentary by John Barman.
Inspired Designs Showhouse
This showhouse honors influential women of the modern era through design inspired by boldfaced names like First Lady Michelle Obama, Eve Ensler and Coco Chanel. Housed in a newly-constructed residential condominium at 535 West End Avenue, the showhouse features work by prominent designers, Russell Groves, Ellie Cullman and Denyse Rinifret. The showhouse benefits The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Karen Fisher: Design Matchmaker
Dubbed the “Design Matchmaker,” Karen Fisher is known for pairing her clients with precisely the right interior designer and architect professionals to revamp their space. Fisher takes us through two spaces that resulted from her matchmaking and explains why they worked. She also weighs in on why this particular economic climate is the best time to redesign.