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Live your dream-space this December with Architectural Stylist! 

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Let the Architectural Stylist transform your space into your dream-space!  Any area, old or new, big or small, empty or full, indoor or outdoor, can be sensitively transformed to your needs by the Architectural Stylist.  Hudson Valley native, Amy Lewis, founder and principal of Architectural Stylist, invites her neighbors to experience the difference that Architectural Styling can make.

Amy’s innovative design solutions combine a variety of techniques that embrace her global experiences within the design world.  Holding a professional Bachelor of Architecture degree with a Concentration in Architectural Theory from Cornell University, Amy studied ancient and modern Architecture at Cornell’s Program in Rome, worked as a Project Coordinator Architect in Dubai, UAE, served as a Guest Critic at the American University of Beirut’s Architecture School and is a credited Production Designer for a variety of films in Los Angeles.

“I take an ecological approach to design – spending time with my clients in their home, office, retail or hospitality space and getting to know how people interact and use it. I work to understand my clients’ personality and desires for their space. Then I transform the existing conditions into an environment that matches my clients’ needs, budget and dreams.  I am a LEED Accredited Professional, and believe that especially in this economy, it is essential to breathe new life into objects and accessories that clients already have to manifest a space that incorporates beauty, functionality and sustainable design.”

Local projects within the Hudson Valley include creating a master suite fireplace mantel, bringing an exciting focus to the main wall in a family room, accessorizing a formal living room, changing the entire look and feel of a basement entry alcove and December’s Spotlight project- renewing the Breakfast Room in a Hudson Valley NY Home.  Visit to view projects and read more about the many ways in which the Architectural Stylist can transform your space and improve your life.

Celebrate December and live your dream-space!  Contact Amy, the Architectural Stylist to set up an initial consultation.  Style your environs and your life will follow.



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