I, Dan Cazzorla, originally educated at Pratt Institute of
New York, and now firmly settled in the Palm Beach Area, am recognized for my creativity, and problem solving abilities as an interior designer in both the residential and commercial markets. For many years, I’ve designed spaces with a creative and professional approach. From the initial strategy round table session to laying down the rug on new floors, I provide clients with expert guidance throughout the entire design process. Schedule a consultation today.
DOWN TO DETAILS
MY FAVORITE PROJECTS
Above is a custom designed Mid Century inspired cabinet, which houses electronics as well as storage for entertaining necessities. It is a simple statement of contrast without color. The frame is solid walnut with a tinted analine dye in a satin finish and the doors, which have concealed hardware, are wrapped in a faux shagreen.
PALM BEACH CASUAL
For the Love of Color
A Period Misner Home and a client that loves color. This is the result of a challenge were I was asked to paint the walsl pink. The inspired fabric is a print on linen from Jane Churchill, used as the pillows for a pair of white cotton sofas. The rest then fell into place. A custom slip-covered ottoman used as the coffee table, covered in a pink Chippendale weave, centers the environment. A pair of English prints, look at them closely, add perspective and whimsy on either side of the fireplace.
Marriage of Antiques and Technology
The challenge in this office was the design of the custom credenza which housed all the files, electronics, a safe and all the other items needed on hand by the end user, that the antiques could not provide. Features include unlacquered hardware that we aged to relate to the to other metals in the room. The sheers as example are back with motorized shades but are not seen, this way the light can be controlled yet the atmosphere remained traditional.
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Concept, Construction, Completion to the last Detail
Keep the past in mind, but always look towards the future. This is at the back of each decision I make when it comes to designing or redesigning a space.
I am a problem solver.
The world of interior design has such a vast vocabulary. I am not here to you my style, but to understand your style and expand, create and suggest within your vocabulary of design.
This is what creates unique, personalized homes for the people that invite me into their lives.