Amanda Riedel is the kind of designer who knows how to transform a space into a personal haven. She knows how to listen to her clients’ wants and needs and to fulfill them.
Amanda has exhibited a great sense of style all her life. This has been enhanced and refined with travel and living abroad in Africa, South America, India, the Caribbean and Europe.
She honed her design skills at Scalamandre, the world-renowned silk manufacturer. She developed her talents working on a variety of international projects with the Countess Muriel Brandolini, exclusively for the five years.
Extremely creative, highly accessible and always accomodating, this determined professional utilizes her intelligence, integrity, aesthetic vision, trade connections and market knowledge to guide people towards their dream residence.
Amanda also works with Real Estate firms and developers interested in furnishing model apartments and sales offices to market their buildings. Her work has been featured in the New York Times, the New York Post, Elle Décor, Traditional Home, Town and Country and House and Garden.