Anthony Baratta, the “King of East-Coast chic,” is one of America’s most celebrated and respected interior designers. He is known for his bold use of color and scale that honors tradition while defying predictability.
Baratta, a graduate of Fordham University, has coauthored two books: The Exuberant Style of William Diamond and Anthony Baratta; and Diamond Baratta Design.
Baratta’s work has been celebrated in the Cooper-Hewitt Museum's National Design Triennial: Inside Design Now. He was named one of Traditional Home’s "20 Design Icons" and awarded Benjamin Moore's coveted "Hue Award" for lifetime achievement in design. Most recently, Baratta was asked to collaborate with iconic fashion house Max Mara for an exclusive capsule collection. The “Nantucket” collection was unveiled at Milan Fashion Week and has since garnered international acclaim.
Learn more about Baratta’s impressive career at www.anthonybaratta.com.
His design work has graced over 50 magazine covers worldwide and he has received consistent coverage in respected shelter and media brands such as Architectural Digest, Veranda, World of Interiors, Traditional Home, House Beautiful, Cottages and Gardens, Coastal Living.
Anthony Baratta Design is located in the heart of the Nomad District on the corner of 29th Street & 5th Avenue in New York City.