With offices in New York and Minneapolis and projects spanning from a sprawling new home in the Utah slopes to a two-bedroom prewar apartment in the big apple, Andrew Flesher Interiors goal is to approach design from the inside out. First ensuring that a space works, then imbuing it with livable luxury and a timeless aesthetic.

Though he's well versed in a variety of styles, Flesher's hallmark is his ability to mix modern and classic elements. He seamlessly blends new pieces with vintage finds, and chooses both accessories and color with purpose and restraint, rather than gratuitously. Instead of chasing fleeting trends, Flesher focuses on top-grade materials, unique details and long-lasting quality. And he backs up the style with substance, working closely with architects to make sure that a space has the best "bones" possible, before adding a single decorative element. Clients trust their homes entirely in his hands, because he confidently coordinates every aspect of the design process, from demolition to doorknobs.

Flesher has offices in New York and Minneapolis, working on full-service, custom residential, commercial and hospitality projects worldwide.

Minneapolis Office:
100 South 5th Street
19th Floor
Minneapolis, MN 55402
612.968.9777

Service Provided
Interior design - residential. Services include space planning, working with contractors/architects, art selections and installation, project management.

Area Served
United States and international.

Certification and Awards
One of top 25 young designers by House Beautiful magazine.
One of top 50 tastemakers by House & Garden magazine.
“Rising Star” ASID award for top up-and-coming interior designer.
First place award national Sub-Zero kitchen of the year competition.
Manhattan Interior Designer
Contact: Andrew Flesher
445 Park Ave. 9th Floor
New York, NY 10022
Typical Job Costs: $300,000 - $1,000,000
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Commented: Vessel sink Thank you for the nice comment! I did this project over 10 years ago, so you're challenging my memory. The sink is definitely not glass, but porcelain. I believe it comes from a company called Alape, but...
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Commented: Paint Hello and thank you for the compliment. The walls are covered in white linen fabric, and the trim color is Benjamin Super White.
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