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“I believe that a home should be a haven, an oasis of calm in our hectic and overcharged lives. No matter how grand or how small, whether a mansion or a studio apartment, your home should be beautiful, inviting and comfortable.”

BY MIXING CAREFULLY CHOSEN ANTIQUES WITH SELECT MODERN PIECES, Elizabeth Pash creates tailored, personalized spaces that evoke a timeless elegance and flair.  Elizabeth believes that the richness and warmth of antiques have a place in any home, and can gracefully co-exist with more sleek, modern pieces so that each complements the other.  This mélange of old and new, rustic and refined, makes any space more interesting, visually appealing and just plain fun to come home to at the end of the day. Elizabeth Pash provides a full set of design services tailored to her client’s needs, whether that involves a complete home make-over, or a small-scale room update. No matter the scale of the project, fabrics, furnishings, lighting, and accent pieces are carefuly selected to fit a client’s taste, aesthetic and budget. Elizabeth also offers a full line of upholstery services in a wide array of fabrics, and can custom design furniture and mirrors to meet a client’s specific needs.  

Elizabeth studied at St. Mary’s College, Notre Dame, Indiana, and at L’Université Catholique de l’Ouest in Angers, France. Raised in Washington, D.C., she began her career at the Smithsonian Institution before moving to New York. While working at Carnegie Hill Antiques and undertaking various design projects, Elizabeth studied antiques, furniture construction and the history of design at NYU and Parsons School of Design. She also completed several courses in decorative painting at the Isabel O’Neill Studio Workshop. Elizabeth opened her first boutique in New York City in 2007, and now has locations in the New York Design Center and in Locust Valley, New York. Fluent in French, Elizabeth sources much of her beautiful collection in France, and also finds other unique and striking pieces in London and other venues in Europe and the United States. She lives in New York City with her husband and four children.