Founded in 2001, Amy Lau Design creates interiors known for their warmth, expressiveness and impeccable attention to detail. Amy has a reverence for the inherent beauty of natural materials, landscapes, and thoughtfully incorporates elements of each into every project. Lauded by Architectural Digest for her “All-encompassing vision of inspired, artful living that elevates mere finesse into the realm of pure magic,” Amy’s aesthetic embraces both art and design, where each personalized space is enlivened with dynamic mixes of vintage and contemporary pieces and site-specific commissions.
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Upper East Side, NYC
Actress turned shop owner, Phobe Cates Kline, remember the movie “Fast Times at Ridgemont High”, opened her store in 2005. I love to visit this unique boutique as I am excited to see what surprises are looming around the corner. The ever changing merchandise is clever, curated and distinct. Blue Tree carries from all over the world inspiring women’s clothing and accessories, jewelry, home goods, gift items and fragrances. It truly a “one of a kind” experience to visit.
– Amy Lau
West Village, NYC
This is one of my 1st stops when I am looking for specialty decorative accessories for my clients . Just glancing at the windows makes me feel happy and uplifted with so much color, distinctive textures and unique shapes. What’s rare about the End of History are the pieces available are not just merely decorative, but highly Collectable pieces of history and design.
– Amy Lau
Hell’s Kitchen, NYC
This specialty store is a stand out Museum Store where Craft, Art and Design intersect. The Store celebrates the creative process. Many of the items from around the world such as jewelry, handbags, scarves and specialty items for the home are “one of a kind” from small artists studios or from limited studio production. I always find unique new artisans when I visit, as the inventory is constantly changing and it’s my go to for purchasing unique distinctive gifts.
– Amy Lau