Larry Laslo’s fate was sealed at the age of six. When his father kindly offered to buy him the birthday gift of his choice, (hinting that a football might be the perfect option) Larry confidently replied that he would prefer a sparkling crystal chandelier. Much to his parent’s credit, they headed off to find a perfect “starter” chandelier, thus launching the legendary career of one of the most revered interior designers in America.
Larry Laslo is known in throughout the design world as an inveterate arbiter of style – creating extraordinarily luxurious interior landscapes. What sets his work apart is not only a sumptuous echo of old world glamour in strikingly modern settings; but an infectious sense of fun that turns the most elegant of rooms into warm, inviting and personal homes. He takes his inspiration from the world around him and translates these appealing hues and original angles into a new definition of “timeless refinement.”
Laslo’s singular interiors that have graced the editorial pages of Architectural Digest, The New York Times, House & Garden, Vogue, Elle Décor, Vanity Fair, Town & Country, Veranda and W; while his Manhattan home was featured in Elle Décor and HGTV’s Top 10 Living Rooms. He is recognized in New York City for the groundbreaking design of Takashimaya’s flagship store on Fifth Avenue and the highly regarded look and feel of Bergdorf Goodman, in addition to the one-of-a-kind homes he designs for clients throughout the country, and the world. His list of seemingly enumerable awards include receiving the prestigious Design Icon Award and being named Best Product Designer by the CFDA, as well as one of the Best 100 Designers b House Beautiful, and an Elle Décor A-List Designer.
Multi-talented, multi-faceted, multi-directional – Laslo is also known for his bold and beautiful fine artworks and renowned collections of tabletop and home goods including eponymous offerings for Kravet, Wildwood Lamps and Chaddock.