Over the weekend, I finally had the chance to open the May issue of the WSJ Magazine to find an article about the notable Interior Designer, Billy Cotton. Uplifted and inspired by his story and will to prevail after experiencing a devestating house fire that turned his life upside down. One step at a time reinventing himself along the way he transformed his life into a brand-new world of beauty. Following his intuition, and passionate interests he can now answer to the title of Creative Director for his namesake design firm. The Brooklyn based business offers interior decorating services in addition to an exclusive line of original home furnishings.
Smitten for his work, I want to share a Manhattan penthouse I found from The New York Times, T Magazine published in 2016. The images I selected demonstrate his thought-out use of color, and exclusive fabrics that radiate well with the historic Emery Roth edifice located on the Upper East Side. He also exhibits an insightful ability to combine a variety of genres to create a winning team that manifest a beautiful balance. A new admirer of his talents and elegant esthetic, in addition to being energized from his great attitude, smart instincts and an eye for focusing on the right details.