Born and raised in Los Angeles, California, Annu has been a true enthusiast for fashion and design from an early age. With her mother being an avid children’s clothing designer, Annu took up an apprentice role where she learned about fabrics, embroidery, and artistic stylings. During this time she traveled abroad extensively and developed a cross-cultural aesthetic. She attended the University of California, in Irvine; where she studied communications and film. By drawing from her artistic journey, Annu learned how to transform a space by incorporating modern interpretations of classic designs.
A lifelong student of design and style – Annu believes in style over fashion. She has designed commercial office spaces, as well as homes and apartments in Scarsdale, Eastchester, and New York City. She has a natural talent for staging and rearranging living spaces – keenly aware of how minor changes (enlarging openings, adding symmetry, etc.) can improve the flow of energy in the home environment. Annu enjoys helping clients visualize the end results of a redesign whether the project is to enhance their daily life or to help them better market their property for sale.
Born and raised in India, Devanshi was exposed to the fine arts including drawing, Indian dance, and ballet in her childhood. Her immersion into arts and culture cultivated a deep passion for creative expression. A natural curiosity of decor and interior spaces led Devanshi to pursue an education and career in interior design and business, supported by her studies at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City. Her studies further developed her as an artist as she embraced the full discipline of Conceptual Design. Deeply influenced by this understanding, Devanshi cleverly translates ideas into a tangible form, while breathing full life into a space.
For over a decade, Devanshi has consulted for commercial and residential spaces interior design projects in New York and abroad. Her extensive experience with complex spaces, materials, lighting, accessories, and color brings a practical and lively element to her designs.