A mirror by Charles E. Prendergast. Courtesy of Avery Galleries.
Circular Walnut Wall Mirror, Italy, c. 1940s by Fontana Arte. Courtesy of Todd Merrill Studio.

Leading interior designer Garrow Kedigian is an expert at punctuating his timeless interiors with contemporary elements (think bold pops of color, lacquered walls, eye-catching art). The resulting aesthetic is impossibly chic and luxurious yet approachable and livable. From a barn-turned-residence in Greenwich, Connecticut, to urbane Manhattan apartments and stylish Palm beach homes, Kedigian crafts spaces that are brimming with one-of-a-kind objects that reflect the individual tastes and interests of his clients.

Born and raised in Montreal, Kedigian attended McGill University’s esteemed architecture program. After completing his formal education, Kedigian moved to Boston, Massachusetts, where he spent six years working with the inimitable interior designer, William Hodgins. Kedigian relocated to New York City in 2000, and after working for several celebrated design authorities, established his own firm in 2001. In 2009, Kedigian participated in the celebrated Kips Bay Designer Showhouse, where he earned praise for transforming the smallest room in the house into an elegant jewel-box of a space. Kedigian’s interiors, which are profoundly informed by his architectural background, have been featured in a swathe of leading design publications, including House Beautiful, Traditional Home, and Architectural Digest.

A Classical Sofa, c. 1820. Courtesy of Charles Clark.
Rare Brass- Mounted Mahogany Corner Commode, 1820-25. Courtesy of Carswell Rush Berlin, Inc. Antiques.

Garrow Kedigian browsed InCollect and selected objects that exemplify his refined style as well as his acute attention to detail. Among Kedigian’s top picks are a finely carved mirror by the painter and furniture maker Charles E. Prendergast from Avery Galleries; a richly grained mahogany bookcase by the mid century modern master Osvaldo Borasani from Objects20c; a rare “Constellation” table by Edward Wormley (read more about the mid century modern design master) for Dunbar from Archive; an elegant Neoclassical sofa from Charles Clark; a pair of sleek lacquered walnut side tables by T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings from Fritz & Hollander; a minimal mid century modern coffee table by the American studio furniture maker Arthur Espenet Carpenter from Moderne Gallery; an Art Deco end table with voluptuous wrought iron legs and a pebbled ceramic top also from Moderne Gallery; an exceedingly rare brass-mounted corner commode with rich flame mahogany veneers from Carswell Rush Berlin, Inc. Antiques; an elegant classical rosewood mirrored pier table with a marble top from The Stanley Weiss Collection; a set of four gold frame and turquoise vinyl upholstered American Art Deco barrel back lounge chairs by John Van Koert from Assemblage LTD; and an unusual circular walnut wall mirror from Fontana Arte, the legendary design company established by Gio Ponti, from Todd Merrill Studio.

Boasting elegant lines, sumptuous materials, and extraordinary details, all of the works in Kedigian’s collection speak to his sophisticated style, reverence for classical forms, and eye for distinctive design elements.

Garrow Kedigian.

Visit the full collection to view all of Garrow Kedigian’s top InCollect picks, including mid century modern furniture, rare antiques, and unique decorative objects. Click here to view the full collection.

Garrow Kedigian Interior Design
863 Park Avenue, 9E
New York, NY