Monday, 1 October 2012

Luxe Interiors: Presenting Nina Barnieh-Blair’s NB Designs…..








Paulina Opoku-Gyimah says: Uber interior designer, Nina Barnieh-Blair is new to Ghana Rising’s radar but we are already fans… At the very top of her game in the super competitive world of high-end interior designing, Nina Barnieh-Blair’s knowledge and eye for detail is evident in the beautiful photos that make up her professional portfolio…

 

From sleek minimalism to touches of quirky ‘Brit’ verve, -Nina Barnieh-Blair’s style is an eclectic mix of quality, details, precision and the best of all the cities she’s lived in….

I’m particularly loving her use of classics including: the Arne Jacobsen egg and 3107 chairs and Eames wire mesh chairs -alongside more subtle pieces like soft textured throws, white art gallery like walls and beautiful lighting and fixtures…

Do keep an eye on Nina Barnieh-Blair’s website as she’s branching into her own ‘African inspired designs’ -including hand made cushions “from genuine Dutch Wax fabrics, piped in corresponding colours” and African print upholstery grade fabrics via:
http://www.ninabdesign.com/

 

More Info:
Ghana-born, London-raised, now residing in New York City, Nina Barnieh-Blair is an interior designer with a unique set of influences, drawn from her diverse background and extensive travels in Africa, Asia, Europe and the Americas.

A trained artist, Nina combines an aesthetic yet playful approach to interiors with a keen interest in Architecture, Global culture and fashion. She is fascinated by the experience of spaces, and always seeks to identify and release their latent emotions through form, light and color. Her style is a mixture of vibrant contemporary and modern classic, with a nod to period details and influences from around the globe.

Nina’s practice, NB Design, is a full service interior design agency offering spatial planning, interior architecture, 3D Visualization and decorating. She also collaborates with
Method Design Architects on commercial and residential projects in New York City and beyond.

Prior to receiving her degree in Interior Design from Parsons the New School for Design, Nina was a successful PR consultant in London for leading lifestyle and interiors brands.

2 comments:

  1. As an avid reader of interior design mags, I cannot savor enough what I read about most often. I am overwhelmed by Nina's works. I am looking forward to learning this course ( been practising at home) Hope to meet you someday. Good work!

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  2. Can i get a good interior designer to work for my residence project in LOME TOGO

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