Tina Ramchandani

New York, NY, Interior Designer

Tina Ramchandani’s path to her current innovative endeavor, Tina Ramchandani Creative, is a storied one. She founded the Manhattan-based interior design firm after working within some rarified design air! Stints with Frank & Marcotullio Design Associates and Vicente Wolf Associates led to her co-founding of Franklin Eighth with Sarah Sarna. This effort between these two early adopters of new media, which gained them an exceptional fan base, resulted in the formation of Tina Ramchandani Creative in 2014.

The boutique residential and commercial firm focuses on creating modern environments with a sophisticated, global perspective. Ramchandani’s team develops thoughtful, functional spaces that are not only aesthetically exceptional, but reflect a client’s wishes and lifestyle to perfection. With a full-service perspective, TR Creative begins molding a client’s vision into a highly personal dwelling from the initial design conversation all the way through to the project’s completion. This comprehensive approach allows homeowners to step inside a fully realized residence with minimal stress. Each project is layered and evocative, resulting in effortless, multi-functional spaces. In addition to conception-to-completion services, TR Creative offers bespoke styling and design concierge services, based upon a client’s needs.

Ramchandani’s deep appreciation for good design, combined with her passion about the impact spatial awareness has on daily life, helps to inform her point of view, which she explores eloquently on her internationally recognized interior design blog Life in Sketch. Please stop by and enjoy seeing what her roving eye captures from the world of design at large—whether the inspirations are gleaned from her daily experiences in New York or her extensive travels abroad, they offer delightful inspirations. We’re thrilled to have Ramchandani as one of our Global Lighting tastemakers. She tapped the B.lux 3G floor lamp as her favorite amongst our lighting fixtures.


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