About Us

Robin Henry Studio is an interior design practice known for its use of color, refined furnishings, and imaginative detail to create inviting residential interiors.

Robin possesses a broad knowledge of design and aesthetics, having worked as an artist and gallerist before turning to interior design. She trained for eight years at the firm of Katie Ridder in New York before founding the Studio in 2012. She has managed numerous projects throughout the US and as far afield as New Zealand, Argentina, and the Bahamas.

Robin’s work has been published in House Beautiful, Elle Décor, New York Cottages & Gardens, At Home Fairfield County, Traditional Home and New England Home, among others. She was honored as a "Rising Star of Interior Design" by Traditional Home, and as a “Next Wave” designer by House Beautiful. Today the Studio is based in New York City and accepts projects throughout the country. Robin resides in Westport, Connecticut with her husband, writer Andrew Goldman, two sons, Henry and Charlie, and a Bedlington terrier called Mochi.

How would you describe your style?

"Interior design as an art form is about more than filling a room with furniture. It is about creating beauty. Robin often tells clients that a room is complete ‘when it’s beautiful,’ meaning that beauty has an energy and you can feel it. When you have created a beautiful space, that wonderful energy will be imparted to you when you are in it. It’s experiential, it’s most certainly ‘real,’ and it’s everything."

Please describe a recently completed project or tell us about the bespoke service that you offer

"We offer both interior design and decoration services, so that whether you are building a new house from scratch or just energizing your existing environment, we collaborate with you and your team, manage and deliver the entire project on time and on budget. For us, the process of design is truly satisfying. We strive to build a solid, practical, and appropriate foundation for your home, while allowing space and time for unexpected gestures to arise that bring the whole thing to life."