Elle Decor’s October issue featuring Andy Cohen and Christina Juarez’s homes – Frames by Skyframe

September 28th, 2017

“It’s weird because nothing matches, but everything matches,”
– Andy Cohen’s late manager, Sandy Gallin.

Skyframe proudly framed works for The Bravo showman for his newly renovated duplex in Manhattan’s West Village. Breezing through the article, you will read names of high end furniture designers such as Ralph Lauren, another Skyframe favorite, as well as descriptions such as “vintage,” and “faux.”

Indeed Cohen’s dream-home exemplifies Skyframe’s mission to provide framing style and advice to everyone to maximize the impact that you feel when you walk into a space. The Cohen-style mix is of the moment and gives a feeling of laidback luxury—items and art collected overtime opposed to the cookie-cutter one style fits all approach once favored by Manhattan’s elite.

Skyframe’s Meagan Long utilized a large variety of Skyframe’s vast inventory to create spaces for the TV host that evoke a more modern sensibility to high-end framing. By offering custom gold leaf frames, Long assured that the pieces could stand alone as well as work with other pieces in harmony. By choosing frames that are unique yet complementary to the art, your frames begin to play a supporting role-adding to an overall aesthetic and feeling that will be instantly noticed by you and your guests.