Bierman’s 2011 design for this Palm Beach Penthouse living room with its modern architecture and open fireplace blends French furniture from the 1930s, custom upholstered by BBD, with 19th-century dog and animal paintings from William Secord Gallery in New York.
For the library of his 2011 Palm Beach Penthouse, Bierman contrasted ribbon mahogany paneling with textured sofa fabric by J. Robert Scott and buttery ecru Edelman Leather on the two chrome-accented chairs.
Bierman’s 2011 design for this Palm Beach Penthouse master bedroom ties together elements from its other rooms: an oversized custom headboard in ribbon mahogany, 1930s French furniture and contemporary textured bed linens by Calvin Klein.
Modern with a touch of nostalgia: Bierman’s 2011 design for this Palm Beach Penthouse master bathroom is 21st-century sleek, featuring a Glassos countertop as well as floor and wall slabs, a Waterworks bathtub, and Dornbracht fixtures. The nod to the past? A pair of 1920s Parisian wall sconces.
Bierman’s 2010 design for a condominium in The Breakers in Palm Beach features uninterrupted views from the master bedroom, through the sitting room to the living room. Master bedroom furniture is from Karl Kemp Antiques in New York.
The study in Bierman’s 2010 condominium project in The Breakers in Palm Beach achieves timeless elegance with its subtle color palette and arrangement of antique Emile-Jacques Ruhlmann desk and Jean Royere chairs, sourced from Galerie Makassar, with fabrics by Angela Brown.