Interior designer Frank Roop has been rising to the top of the design world for the past decade, and it’s time to post something about his fantastic work.
With a background in fine menswear, Roop brings a couturier’s eye to design, creating rooms that are fun, fashionable, and sophisticated. His custom blend of bespoke furniture and antiques ensures that each space is totally unique. And though some of his designs seem more suited to a Miami Beach hotel than a Back Bay brownstone, we think they’re absolutely fabulous.
After launching his own firm in 1998, Frank was named by House Beautiful as one of America’s top 25 young designers. His work has been featured in many shelter magazines, including Metropolitan Home, Elle Decor, House Beautiful, Veranda, and Traditional Home.
He created a neutral backdrop against which the vibrant blues and greens pop. The folding screen breaks up the boxiness of the room and the vase full of branches add drama.
Loving all the shades of chocolate, gray, white, natural and blue in his dining room. Frank designed the travertine mantel and the floating bookshelves. Mid-century modern pieces include the Danish chairs and T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings walnut table. The light fixture is Fortuny.