In-Site Interior Design, Inc., New York interior designers, is a full-service, award-winning firm, making its mark throughout the New York metropolitan area with a variety of distinctive commercial and residential projects.

Since its inception in 2004 by NYC interior designer Elizabeth Sanchez Vaughan, an alumna of Parsons School of Design and an associate member of the International Interior Design Association (IIDA), In-Site has been creating interiors that now define an increasing number of properties including: new condominium buildings, private residences, office suites, restaurants, and retail showrooms.

Offices (1)

  City New York, NY
  Zip code 10022
  Address 845 3rd Ave
  Phone (646) 290-5232
Fran K. Dix Hills

Fran K. Dix Hills

Apr 11, 2018
Elizabeth really listened when we began working together on the renovation of my first floor living area. She came back with excellent plans and was very in tune with my taste and ideas. She gave me the confidence to do my project. Full review ›
M. B. Brooklyn

M. B. Brooklyn

Mar 04, 2018
I worked with Elizabeth and the In-Site Team on three different projects through the years. With each project we increased their involvement, eventually including project management in their Scope. I found they really provided us with great customer service and follow up. We really trusted them. Full review ›
Alan Y. Melville

Alan Y. Melville

Jun 08, 2017
In-Site Interior Design selected materials and finishes for our new 9,000 square foot office. We found the In-Site team to be patient, efficient and have good ideas during this process. Their coordination was excellent as they met each partners design preference. Full review ›
M. L. Huntington

M. L. Huntington

Jun 11, 2016
As an interior designer in NYC, Elizabeth understood the vague concept of what I wanted, then gently guided me through the myriad of choices until I could make specific decisions. Throughout, Elizabeth was efficient and precise: cheerful and patient. I recommend Elizabeth, unconditionally! Full review ›

Blog posts (10)

A New Year Brings New Ideas

We derive new ideas from so many different sources: newly constructed projects we visit, our favorite magazines ( Interior Design, Architectural Record, Luxe, Interior Sources), websites (Pinterest, Instagram and Houzz) and Museums (The Met, The Whitney, MOMA.) It’s a never-ending feast for eyes

In-Site Wins 2 LIBI Awards For Our Designs

We’re so excited that LIBI, The Long Island Builders Institute, acknowledged our design excellence when it awarded us a Double Diamond, the top honor, in the Whole House Makeover for the Roslyn Heights project. They also awarded us the Diamond honor in the Multi Family category for the Skillman

Completing a project is like birthing a baby!

Yes…I know, it sounds wierd. But the experience of designing a room and seeing it reach completion after the final accessories are in is similar to the joy and exhilaration of giving birth! Having birthed two beautiful babies, I know firsthand how wonderful and exciting it is. The wonder. The

Tips for Making a Room Sing!

Our goal at In-Site is to create spaces that resonate with the personality of our clients. So we spend time learning about they like and what makes them happy. In order to help more of you have homes that you love, we’ve created six Color Schemes with Personality! When choosing a Scheme, look for

Creating a Home Collection

It’s been a year in the making and our Luxury Home Collection is just about ready to launch. I’m so proud of what we created and how hard our team has worked to make it happen. The process has been fabulous and trying. With all the design projects still on our boards, we’ve managed

Creative Spirit

I had someone say to me today: “It must be hard to decide between all of the fabrics.” But actually it’s amazing that it’s not so. We had 10 beautiful fabrics the project designer had found in the D & D (Design & Decorator’s) showrooms, one more beautiful than the

Top Five Decorating Tips for the DIY-er in You

When the doldrums set in, it's time for refreshing your surroundings. If it's too cold to go outside you will want to make your home the most inviting, comfortable and cozy place it can be

The Future of Design

It's not often that we stop to think of what Design will be like in 40 years, but I had the opportunity to do so for Houzz.com when I entered the Impact of Design competition. So here are my predictions

More About Paint

It's the most basic and one of the strongest elements used to define a space, create a mood, or change a look. We all say: Just add some color! And it's great that within a few

Elements of Design

The prospect of attending the HD Expo in Las Vegas was attractive so that I could also get to see some of the hotel spectacles I hadn't had the chance to see since my last visit 20 years ago. So