Roger de Cabrol was educated in France at L'Ecole
des Roches and is a graduate of L'Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paris.
His career began early as assistant to Salvador Dalí. His
interior design training soon followed as he spent several years
under the tutelage of his uncle Baron
Fred de Cabrol, Valerian Rybar and Jacques Grange,
three of the most legendary figures in decoration this century.
Included amongst the "100 Best of Architectural
Digest" in 2002, as well as by House Beautiful magazine in
their selection of "100 Interior Designers in America", New York
& Paris based French Interior Decorator Roger de Cabrol is known
for his versatility and his unique eclectic style. The ability of
bringing varied elements into a harmonious unity is characteristic
of the originality of Roger de Cabrol as an interior designer. He
is able to recall and recreate the decor of another era and to adapt
the past to the contemporary scene and vice versa, keeping all the
elements of vanished grandeur but always careful never to indulge
in a purely period decor.
Since the opening of his offices in New
York, Roger de Cabrol--who is fluent in English, Spanish and French--has
worked with international clientele in Europe, South America and
the United States. His work has been published in the New
York Times, Architectural Digest, House Beautiful, Metropolitan
Home, Elle Decor, The Daily News, Casa y Diseño, The Washington
Post and Pen Japan.