Interior designer Michael Aiduss explains what defines his sought-after style


The design approach of Michael Aiduss.

From the beginning of my design work, I have been fascinated and inspired by the combination of narrative and interiors. My designs are uniquely personalized to the owners lifestyle, history, history and future – and we never repeat that. I define and create a narrative at the start of each project that results in interiors that reflect both the client and the architectural setting.

Trust is the foundation of every project, and I am committed to putting my clients at ease with streamlined communication, lookbooks, and a variety of options, ensuring that no questions are left unanswered. My team and I remain absolutely accessible no matter where a client is, from the first conversations to the installation of table linens and accessories.

A French living room by Michael Aiduss Interiors + Architecture for the 2021 Kips Bay Show House Dallas. (Photo by Stephen Karlisch)

The setting for your show at Kips Bay Show House 2021 in Dallas.

Working on the 2021 Show House in Dallas was an incredible honor; the experience was both exciting and empowering and I really wanted the space to feel both appropriate and unexpected. We started with a story: a French socialite living in Paris meets a Texan and follows him to Dallas, where she creates a living room to entertain, relax and live in a pleasant way, reminiscent of a Parisian apartment or a large house of countryside.

We have worked closely with Casci Plaster to create traditional style plaster moldings inspired by Sir Edwin Lutyens, the European architect known for his English estates and buildings throughout India. We anchored the space with a Karl Springer cocktail table, included a variety of seating (the chairs covered in tiger-patterned upholstery were our favorite), and selected an eye-catching black and gold lacquer panel from Newel Gallery. At New York .

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