We transform rooms into neat and elegant spaces that are carefully studied and designed to foster real life experiences. At Decca Interiors we believe a home should be a source of happiness, not frustration. A home should be practical, easy to organize and have the look and feel that makes its owner ecstatic.
The pillars of our design philosophy are:
We believe spaces should be uncluttered and encourage our clients to have less “stuff". This allows energy to flow and memorable objects to stand out. It is also key to help keep spaces organized and therefore beautiful.
We design functional storage solutions that help keep all elements harmoniously in place. We believe our valued possessions should be easily accessible and properly stored. Storage is planned according to the client’s lifestyle and amount of possessions.
We re-evaluate our client’s existing furniture. We use what makes sense, re-purpose what can be used in a different ways and add what is missing. We also work in creating a mood for the home that is unique with new colors, finishes, and using the items that are kept and loved in a way that celebrates them. We do not believe in design “trends” but rather propose items that our clients connect to in a meaningful way, elongating their life-cycle. We love conversation pieces that nurture meaningful connection between the space residents.
Our aesthetic is sparse but warm. The details and accessories reflect our clients life-style, story and personality.
Veronica Tutundjian Decca is the founder and head designer of the studio. She is an Interior Design graduate from Parsons, the New School for Design, and designed dozens of interior design projects in NYC, Brooklyn and Connecticut. She was elected “Rising Start Designer” by the American Society of Interior Designers for the NY Chapter in 2015. She loves great Japanese food, exercising and spending time with her family in their home in New Canaan, CT.
450 Lexington Ave - 4th Floor
New York, NY 10017
177 Chichester Road
New Canaan, CT 06840