Troy Beasley Interview

Troy Beasley is the principal designer for Beasley and Henley Interior Design. The company works with architects, builders, and private clients from every corner of the country to create beautifully personalized interiors. Troy’s travels through Greece, Italy, and Asia have influenced his tastes in architectural detail, artistic crafts and textile art. 1. Which designers influenced you? I ...

Video: Interior Design Process

Established in 1993 by Troy Beasley and Stephanie Henley, Beasley & Henley Interior Design has grown into one of the most innovative and respected design firms in the world. With a design team led by globally recognized design principal Troy Beasley, ASID, their  fresh and artistic approach to interior design is seen in fine private ...

Beasley & Henley Wins 2011 Sand Dollar Award

Beasley & Henley Interior Design was awarded a 2011 Sand Dollar Award at the September 17th Sand Dollar Gala in Naples, FL. The international firm’s Design and Remodeling of the Common Areas at Sea Point Condominiums in Naples, FL  was honored at the event. The Beasley & Henley design team, led by Principal Troy Beasley,  succeeded ...

Contemporary Loft in Tribeca, The Big Apple

The designers’ objective was to create a space where “West Coast lifestyle meets East Coast sophistication” for their clients who moved from L.A. to New York. This goal required an artful balance between sophistication and informality in the 4,000-square-foot Tribeca loft. The use of different types of spaces within one house keeps the interest, and ...

360 House in Madrid, Spain

This stunning architectural piece called the 360 House in Madrid, Spain eschews standard conformity by looping in on itself. Much of the challenge in designing both architectures and interiors is in conceiving of a purely original concept. Well, this is certainly close to that mark. The roof is at once protective and accessible as a ...

Contemporary Kitty Litter Box

In the overall interior design of your home, even the smallest elements should not be overlooked. Or rather, the smallest, fluffiest elements -- like your cat. And as pretty as your kitty is, her litter box usually isn't something you want to show off. Here, then, is the ModKat litter box, which the New York Times ...