Laura Bohn Design is a New York based international Interior Design consulting firm. Laura Bohn strives to create a comfortable atmosphere using LBDA’s well-edited approach. Bohn will often set unexpected hues and shapes together to give rooms depth and richness that is not easily replicated. An ability to forecast current design trends and interpret client’s needs has made Laura Bohn a New York design authority.
LBDA projects have gained media attention, attracting clients as far as Europe, Japan and Saudi Arabia. The work of Laura Bohn has been featured on television programs such as CNN Style, A&E, Interiors by Design and HGTV, and has been presented in countless books and magazines.
Laura Bohn, a graduate of Pratt Institute, has long played an active role in the design community. She is the co-founder of The Designers Collaborative, a support group for top designers, as well as being a member of both the ASID and Decorators Club. Laura also serves as a visiting critic at local design schools and has taught at Fashion Institute of Technology, Parsons School of Design, and Pratt Institute. Laura has received two Roscoe awards for her fabric and wallpaper designs and has been inducted into the Interior Design Hall of Fame.
She is a total professional, and no one understands color like she does!
A Laura Bohn room is immediately recognizable, always serene and elegant, and occasionally funky or offbeat.
Not only is Ms. Bohn’s design aesthetic impeccable, but she also has a great head for business.
Laura brings a high level of spatial expertise and novel insight to any project she is involved in.
She seamlessly mixes hi-end with a kind of industrial lowish. She can make anything chic!
She is strong enough to voice her opinion but good about listening to the client.
She is a seasoned professional.
What she sketched is exactly what you get, and it is always perfect.
I was hysterical when she used six different shades of green in a single space, but she was absolutely right—it looks rich, yet homogeneous and peaceful.
I paid most vendors directly, so I knew exactly where we stood financially…