Elemental Interiors was created with the belief that transforming a space transforms us both individually and collectively. We want to know how you feel in a space, not only when you are entertaining, but when you are with your family or simply alone. Does your space support who you are now and your vision for the future? Our inspiration comes from you, our present and future clients.
With over 15 years of experience working on both hospitality and residential design, we bring a high level of expertise to our projects. Whether it's starting from the ground up or adding finishing touches to an existing space, our goal is to make each project a positive and inspiring experience, leaving you with a design that is a lasting reflection of who you are.
When designing through construction, the placement of things, or color & texture, we seek a balance that is both seen and felt. Whether you know exactly what you want or have no idea, want to be involved with the process or have all the work done for you, we welcome each new experience and support each client’s needs.
We founded Elemental in 2009, after working together at Thom Filicia Inc., managing projects such as the VIP Suite at World’s Expo in Japan, W Hotels in Atlanta, Los Angeles and San Diego and editorial projects for Oprah and Ellen. We now call Montclair, NJ our home. Past and current clients have included W Hotels, J&G Restaurants as well as residences in the New York tri-state area, West Coast, and abroad.
Art Selection, Basement Design, Bathroom Design, Bedroom Design, Dining Room Design, Entry Design, Floor Plans, Furniture Selection, Home Office Design, Home Theater Design, Interior Design, Kids Bedroom Design, Kitchen Design, Laundry Room Design, Living Room Design, Mudroom Design, Nursery Design, Playroom Design, Space Planning, Sustainable Design, Universal Design, Kitchen Remodeling
Clifton, Hoboken, Jersey City, Livingston, Maplewood, Millburn, Montclair, New York, Nutley, Ridgewood, Summit, Verona, Wayne, West Orange, Cedar Grove
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