M&P Design Group
Residential & Commericial Interior Design
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Meet alexandra


Award-winning Interior Designer Alexandra Amirian has set out to redefine the way you think about interior design.

Her work has been featured in top publications like Architectural Digest, Westchester Magazine, and Houzz, as well as on HGTV's Property Brothers.

It's Alexandra's belief that interior design is more than beautification for beautification's sake; it's the understanding that a well designed space promotes optimal living. Finding the perfect balance between form and function, Alexandra uses her experience in architectural planning and renovations, spatial relations, and her sharp eye for color, texture, and finishes, to design editorial spaces suited for everyday living.


about MPDG

Since the formation of M&P Design Group, it’s been Alexandra’s mission to redefine the way interior design is understood. Her philosophy is that interior design should be tethered to more than the notion of beautiful living, rather it’s the understanding that a well designed space promotes optimal living. Recognizing that a visually pleasing atmosphere creates a sense of ease, Alexandra’s approach to interior design begins with the subconscious. Here, she is able to design signature spaces to satisfy the scope of each project.

editorial living

Editorial Living is Alexandra’s answer to understanding that a successful design achieves a high level of user-functionality, but does so without sacrificing aesthetic. The purely editorial look is derived from being aesthetically-driven; often times the design includes unique architectural details, custom or curated furniture & finishes, and one-of-a-kind pieces at the expense of its livability.  By taking this editorial concept and adding the necessary component of day-to-day functionality back into the design, Alexandra creates spaces that are both utilitarian and beautiful.


We all have a subconscious awareness of the world around us, especially when it comes to the spaces we inhabit.  Spatial planning, scale, color, pattern, and other stylistic elements are all components, that when combined, effect the way we live or work within a space.  Utilizing applied psychology allows Alexandra to offer better designs, suited specifically for her clients' functional and aesthetic needs, thus leading to move productive and enjoyable lifestyles.


Over the last handful of years, interior design has reinvented itself!  In keeping up with this notion that design- like fashion- navigates trends at a much faster rate than before, Alexandra has developed a design concept called Fluid Interior Design™.  Recognizing classic pieces versus trends helps her to design contemporary homes and commercial spaces that can be reimagined down-the-road without having to undergo a full redesign.  Alexandra works very closely with her clients and their project's needs to determine what within their space may be foundation versus fluid pieces. This concept has allowed MPDG clients to feel much freer within their design decisions knowing nothing has to be set in stone.  As life grows, changes, and continues to move around us, our spaces should be able to adapt as well.