Category Archive: Furniture

Office Transformation

POP QUIZ! Q: What do you do when you’re a rapidly growing startup company with tons of new employees and not a ton of money? A: Call Me. (Other possible answers- Email me,… Continue reading

Custom Console Design

I recently designed this custom console table for a client in Houston, Texas. It’s not too frequently that I get to design a custom piece of furniture (as I know so many fantastic… Continue reading

Before & After | Chelsea II

We are so pleased to share the recently completed Chelsea II residence! (All finished interior photography is by the wonderful Dylan Chandler). During the photo shoot I thought back to what we started with, and… Continue reading

For Sale | beautiful angled armchairs

WHAT: blackened steel back & seat, wood frames (teak?), very sturdy/solid/heavy, beautiful angles, midcentury feel, great for indoor or protected outdoor use. No maker markings, original seller (DecorNYC) said they were made by a… Continue reading

Midcentury influence on Contemporary Chair Design

I have a serious love for midcentury modern design. Some of my favorite chair designs of all time, come from Charles&Ray Eames and (the slightly less mainstream) George Mulhauser. Over the past few… Continue reading

Residential | UES

Recently completed and photographed UES Residence! < click here for more photos This NYC pied-à-terre is for the lovely Looser family from Houston, Texas. M Monroe Design was brought in to manage all construction,… Continue reading

NYIGF | 2012

This was my first year attending the NYIGF (New York International Gift Fair, at the Javits). It is a huge wholesale show of (mostly) small home goods, handmade items, Christmas stuff, and jewelry.… Continue reading

m | monroe design office

Recently relocated, the new office is coming along!

Corporate HQ | Austin, TX

It’s been a while since I’ve had the chance to post anything on here, but things have been quite busy. New office, new clients, and some summer fun, have all been keeping me… Continue reading

Re-thinking the Closet

Closets | The New Breed Most people wear clothing as an external representation of who they are. So why not display your clothes in your home in the same way? There’s no need… Continue reading