David Kleinberg Design Associates
Curated comfort within the D.C. beltway
A Washington, D.C., client met a motivator in New York designer David Kleinberg: Spurred by his deep knowledge of the decorative arts, she researched her way into a connoisseur-level collection that grew to include pieces by Diego Giacometti (a coffee table from Galerie L’Arc en Seine), Les Lalanne (an alligator armchair from Gerald Peters Gallery) and Kelvin & Philip LaVerne (a bronze corner table from Cristina Grajales Gallery), all seen here, in her home’s library. After the installation of perfectly bookmatched rosewood walls, Kleinberg says, there was “a deliberate choice to exclude wall art.” The result is an urbane — and inarguably artful — retreat.
“Currently everyone needs a refuge, and this room offers that.”
— David Kleinberg