Pizzigati Designs- eco chic interiors

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Services Provided
Please be sure to check out our website for a complete and detailed services list- http://www.pizzigatidesigns.com/services.html.

Areas Served
New York City Area. DIY services are available country wide.

Typical Job Cost
$1,000 - $50,000
We charge an unbeatable rate for full interior design and project management services of $6/ sq ft. For smaller and more budget friendly interior design projects, we offer a fabulous DIY option. Please contact us for more information.


Business Description
Pizzigati Designs is one of the top, Independent Women-Owned, Eco Chic Interior Design Specialist in NYC!
Founded and owned by Jenna Pizzigati, since in 2010 they have continually excelled in every aspect of Eco Chic Interior Design for both residential and commercial spaces alike.
With Jenna overseeing every step of the way, you are guaranteed a custom tailored space to suit all your project needs while respecting our environment.
Give us a call to see how you can have a beautifully custom designed space too by utilizing Pizzigati Designs Eco Chic sources + techniques.

Certification and Awards
With 10+ years of hands on experience along with a bachelors and associates degree in interior design, we have all your interior design needs covered!
Location:
New York, NY US 
Contact:
Jenna Pizzigati-Coppola 
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Address:
E 52nd Street
New York, NY 10022 
Fax:
(646) 706-7284 
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Simple Pleasures: Movie Night for Film Buffs

In a world of rising cinema costs ... at a time when gathering comes naturally ... small screens are hitting the big time Full Story
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Linus Reimann-Kaißer
Since we got children, every social event happens in our living room. Every wednesday is our "bad movie night" when friends come over (after the children are in bed) and we watch awful movies together. We talk the whole movie with another since you don't care if you get the story if it is a bad movie. And once a month we have a board game evening. And: Providing food and drinks for the whole party at my home is still cheaper than going alone to the cinema or to the restaurant. Adding the costs of a babysitter we save money _and_ have more social life.
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cardiganqueenmrs
I love these ideas! My kiddos and I have movie night on Fridays and I think incorporating these ideas and even inviting friends over could amp up the fun. Thanks!
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8 Ways to Frame Your Fireplace With Shelves

Make your fireplace even more appealing by bypassing standard shelves for standout designs like these Full Story
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Great examples! I would also like to share one of my projects where I found the perfect pair of bookshelves to flank my clients' fireplace. The height was perfect to accentuate their existing high ceilings and the width was spot on without us having to go custom- a score in my book!
September 3, 2014 at 8:39AM     
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Kim Harvey Design, LLC
Here's one of my versions of effectively using up the space on a 24' wide by 2 story tall great room. There's no need to make the fireplace the focal point here especially in Florida, but it is nevertheless an integral part of the design.
September 9, 2014 at 6:15AM     
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Sheila Schmitz
timglidden, my first thought was the right right on the same wall as the fireplace. That way you could use your current furniture arrangement for watching TV, just enjoying the fire, or both. Keeping it on the same wall helps to define the area, while putting the TV where the art work is might turn the entire open plan into a TV room. That's not such a bad thing -- it all depends on how you want to use the room, and how visible you want the TV to be. For more opinions, you might post this (with more pictures) in the Advice section. You'll get a lot of tips over there!
September 15, 2014 at 9:38AM     
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