About Nancy Pearson
Nancy founded her NYC interior design firm, Nancy Pearson Ltd., after an award-winning career as an art director in TV and fashion. Her first project was the renovation of her own loft space in a former church in Murray Hill. A major commission followed, a 2-bedroom penthouse, which was chosen for the prestigious Amfar House Tour. Combining her design talent with her experience as an art director at CBS and Harper’s Bazaar, Nancy’s many projects were featured in numerous publications.
Subsequently, she joined the prestigious Switzer Group architectural design firm on Fifth Avenue, where she created inviting workplace corporate interiors. These included the Phillips Van Heusen’s executive floor at 200 Madison Ave, and the law offices of Greenberg Traurig and Herrick Feinstein. After two years with the firm, Nancy opened her own design business, which flourished with luxurious residential interiors being added to her portfolio.
Nancy’s acclaimed show houses in New York, Palm Beach and the Hamptons afforded her wide exposure to clientele, and inspired many current home design trends. She also continued with corporate interior projects, by designing the lobby and common areas for the prestigious Sotheby building at 60th Street, among others. Nancy has expanded her business to Southampton with the purchase of a home in 2013. In 2015, she appeared with Ryan Serhant on Bravo TV’s “Million Dollar Listing”, staging a penthouse for a quick sell.
Her charity work in New York and Southampton has been instrumental in raising money for such organizations as the Guggenheim Museum, American Heart Association, Friends of Africa Foundation, Central Park Conservancy, Southampton Hospital, to name a few. Nancy not only has chaired but also donated her time in designing invitations for the organizations events.