Juliet Gold, born in London, England, began her design career in Miami and then expanded to New York City, where she designs high-end homes in Brooklyn and Manhattan. Her firm, Juliet Gold Design, has offices in New York and South Florida, and has extensive experience in construction supervision and renovation, as well as interior design.
Juliet prides herself on designing homes that are distinctly modern and elegant, with simple, clean lines. Whether it’s a shell, a new home or an existing home ready for renovation, the team executes each project with a clear understanding of your needs and will give you living spaces that reflect your personality and suit your taste and lifestyle.
This split-level loft with dramatic views of Miami’s Biscayne Bay in the Chad Oppenheim designed 10 Museum Park was purchased by an NFL football player living the bachelor lifestyle. Juliet and her team were not only responsible for the design of the space but also served as general contractors and oversaw the build-out.
Their design vision was a masculine sensibility with comfort and entertainment in mind. The team installed a Crestron home automation system and added motorised draperies and sun shades throughout the unit.
Take a look at this stainless steel kitchen, pratical to use, directly connected to the living room, with modern and clean lines and just the perfect use of the light.
This living space is a good example of the good work of Juliet and her team. Modern, simple – yet sophisticated – and comfortable, perfect for watching a movie with friends and relax after a long day.
In the bedroom, you can see the right use of neutral colors, distinctive elements, and also a sideboard to compliment the space and give it that modern touch!
Outside, you will find a space to receive some friends, enjoy the Miami weather and also the views. Juliet was pretty determined in doing a great job, providing a final result with plenty of relaxing elements.
In each project, Juliet Gold Design team brings together furniture, furnishings, fabrics, lighting, textures, and colors to create spaces that are functional and imaginative, but also fluid, minimal and sophisticated.