Christopher Maya Is One Of NYC’s Best Interior Designers (See Why!) – The renowned interior designer began his design career as a set designer for print, television, and film. From there he moved into interior design, attending the Parsons School of Interior Design while working for Jed Johnson. In 1998, Maya established his firm and started his own path as a tasteful, charming, and easy to work designer. Discover more about the inspirational career of this New York-based interior designer, here!
Classy and elegant with a color twist are the main characteristics of Christopher Maya’s works, one of the top interior designers of New York. Inspired by the customer’s wishes, as well as his family, and their needs, the renowned interior designer is famous for creating unique design projects that are stylish and functional, fulfilling every need of his clients. He enjoys articulating his passion for seamlessly integrating both modern and antique details to create style and depth on any given design project.
Based in the City that Never Sleeps, Christopher Maya is constantly surprising his clients and peers, in a positive way, with his luxury and timeless appeal designs. In every design project, Christopher searches for inspiration in Jean-Michel Frank’s work, which is known for minimalist interiors decorated with plain-lined but sumptuous furniture made of luxury materials.
Christopher Maya’s selected New York Apartments and Townhouses are elegant and have an earthy feeling so the artworks can shine throw. With perfect textile pieces, the rooms of this Manhattan Maisonette (that you can see in the previous picture) has a victorian look mixed with a Swedish blue, in the living room, and an ethnic African flavor blended with a Moroccan style. This mixed-style continues through the master bedroom, with an Asian patterned brown and blue dressed bed sprinkled with contemporary furniture, and family pieces required by the client.
Without a minimalist view as his main inspiration, Christopher Maya’s designs are a blend of tailored, historically referenced, and well-integrated creations. His work has been featured in several publications including Architectural Digest, Elle Décor, House Beautiful, Metropolitan Home, the New York Times, Connecticut Cottages and Gardens and Hamptons Cottages and Gardens. NY Spaces has rated Christopher as one of the top 50 designers since 2010.