Betty Wasserman

Betty Wasserman launched her design business in 1996 by synthesizing 10 years as a New York based private art dealer with a passion for design and architecture. She is committed to a warm and minimalist approach to her interiors. Known for Loft Spaces and Hamptons beach houses; she became notable in Chelsea for renovating her own loft space, which serves as a showcase and testament to her aesthetic. 

A 1990 graduate of Northeastern University (Boston, MA), Wasserman launched an art business the same year, consulting and publishing artwork for corporations. She co-founded dotCom Gallery in 1994, the first online/offline digital art gallery in New York City. She continues to represent over 50 artists, and seeks to integrate their work into her current projects. She displays an array of original artwork in her Flatiron loft.

Wasserman has been published in Elle Décor, Metropolitan Home, Interior Design, Hamptons Cottages & Gardens, HomeStyle, New York Living, Hamptons Havens, and Home Magazine.

Wasserman currently serves on the The Rugmark Foundation USA Board of Directors. Her AWARDS include BEST OF YEAR 2007 and 2010—for Hamptons Homes.

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Sag Harbor Hideaway

4 tags Contemporary Kids Bedroom with David Trubridge ULU Full Pendant Lamp, Eaze white leather/ palisander wood lounge chair
1 tag Contemporary Kitchen with Pendant light, Helen Bilt Prism Pendant
4 tags Estimate: $22,600 Contemporary Master Bathroom with Inset cabinets, Simple marble counters, Daltile Limestone Collection Jurastone Beige
6 tags Contemporary Living Room with Blazing Needles 18-inch solid cotton throw pillows (Set of 2), Desiron Park Avenue Serving Tray
3 tags Contemporary Living Room with Saarinen side table, Pendant light, Concrete floors, Nelson saucer lamp, High ceiling
4 tags Contemporary Dining Room with Chandelier, Flower 42 in. Table, Painted floors, Modern Leather Swivel Chair, Concrete floors

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