New York Modern Interiors, LLC

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  • 28 W 27th St

    New York, NY 10001

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  • 212-518-6101

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Good quality and very reasonable price. I did my Android course at Gainam. I thought that having several branches in NY and more than extensive years in education would matter. And they did. Now I'm working in a company that hired me through Gainam. Big thanks for this.

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Good quality and very reasonable price. I did my Android course at Gainam. I thought that having several branches in NY and more than extensive years in education would matter. And they did. Now I'm working in a company that hired me through Gainam. Big thanks for this.

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They designed my living room. Overall great job but VERY expensive. Watch out for their initial estimate as it varies with the ending.

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They designed my living room. Overall great job but VERY expensive. Watch out for their initial estimate as it varies with the ending.

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My experience with Daniel was awful and ended with my apartment damaged by his inexperienced workers. I hired Daniel for a simple patch/paint job, as well as to install grout for brick that had already been installed.

When I first met with Daniel, he ensured me that everything in the apartment would be protected extremely well and that he would "probably spend an entire day" just on the protection of the apartment alone. When it came time to negotiate the contract, I again made it very clear how important protection was and was told not to worry and that they "weren't like other contractors".

When work first began, the only protection that Daniel's workers employed was the placement of thin brown paper over some of the floors. I raised concerns about this the first day, which Daniel ensured me would get resolved. I returned from work the second day to find my wood floors scratched up from where a single worker had dragged my couch with no help from anybody else and no protection on the floor. A worker had also thrown a paint-soaked towel over a brand new silk shirt of my fiancee's. I again voiced concern and disappointment to Daniel and asked his workers be much more careful. He apologized and said they would be more careful.

However, the next day, my floors were again scratched up; this time much worse by a machine Daniel used right at the entrance. It had also become evident that Daniel was cutting corners and not using qualified workers (NOTE OF CAUTION: Make sure you have Daniel spell out in the contract what experience his workers will have; I relented when he pushed back on this during the negotiation process and I now realize the reason he did that was because he cuts corners). Examples include: 1) Walls that weren't patched despite my having flagged them for his workers (think this was because his workers didn't know how); 2) Different paint colors running into each other (his workers didn't know how to use blue tape); 3) Mortar/grout being smeared across the entire face of a brick wall and then being allowed to sit for four days (this was despite my raising concerns that I had never seen mortar smeared across the face of brick as it was actually happening); 4) Refusing to correctly complete items that were very clearly agreed to in the contract because they were ??more complicated than he thought? (such as installing door handles)

It was initially hard to stay mad at Daniel because he was apologetic and said he would take care of the problem. But the problems multiplied and Daniel??s claims that he would take care of mistakes didn't materialize.

It all came to a head when for two weeks Daniel stalled the repair of the brick his employee had ruined. Daniel had initially said he would order new brick on a Saturday. The following Wednesday, I encountered his employee attempting to scrape off the mortar from the brick face with a metal tool (after drying for 4 days). The employee said the brick was now like new and didn't need replacement. Needless to say, the brick was far from new (scraped, chipped, discolored from a chemical he used and still full of mortar in many places). I confronted Daniel and he said that he had decided (unilaterally and without any consultation with me) that the brick could be repaired by scraping it and using chemicals and that it just needed sealer and would now be fine.

An argument of course ensued where I told him the brick was very clearly damaged and needed replacement. After I produced before and after photos (NOTE OF CAUTION: take as many "before" pictures as you can), he relented and said he would replace the brick and make it right. Unfortunately, Daniel continued to play games. The next day (Thursday), he claimed he had already ordered the brick on Monday, but was just saying he hadn't done so until I signed off on the other items in the contract (What? You were using the repair of damage you caused for something unrelated? Highly unethical). But when I called the brick distributors to see if he had placed an order, he hadn't. He had been lying about that too.

Despite brick distributors I called saying they could deliver brick the following day, it took Daniel 10 days to say he was ready with the brick (3 weeks after he was supposed to have ordered brick). This was also on the heels of him suggesting that I could simply not make the final payment due to him under the contract and we could then call it even on the brick (the cost of repair of course exceeded that payment, so I knew something was fishy). His workers tried to install the brick and it was a DISASTER. Daniel DOES NOT USE SKILLED WORKERS. The BRICKS were literally falling off my wall and there was an instruction manual the workers left on how to install TILE.

If you have a very simple job and don't mind very much about details, go with someone less costly. If there's anything more complicated New York Moderin Interiors will damage your apartment and cause a lot of heartburn

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My experience with Daniel was awful and ended with my apartment damaged by his inexperienced workers. I hired Daniel for a simple patch/paint job, as well as to install grout for brick that had already been installed.

When I first met with Daniel, he ensured me that everything in the apartment would be protected extremely well and that he would "probably spend an entire day" just on the protection of the apartment alone. When it came time to negotiate the contract, I again made it very clear how important protection was and was told not to worry and that they "weren't like other contractors".

When work first began, the only protection that Daniel's workers employed was the placement of thin brown paper over some of the floors. I raised concerns about this the first day, which Daniel ensured me would get resolved. I returned from work the second day to find my wood floors scratched up from where a single worker had dragged my couch with no help from anybody else and no protection on the floor. A worker had also thrown a paint-soaked towel over a brand new silk shirt of my fiancee's. I again voiced concern and disappointment to Daniel and asked his workers be much more careful. He apologized and said they would be more careful.

However, the next day, my floors were again scratched up; this time much worse by a machine Daniel used right at the entrance. It had also become evident that Daniel was cutting corners and not using qualified workers (NOTE OF CAUTION: Make sure you have Daniel spell out in the contract what experience his workers will have; I relented when he pushed back on this during the negotiation process and I now realize the reason he did that was because he cuts corners). Examples include: 1) Walls that weren't patched despite my having flagged them for his workers (think this was because his workers didn't know how); 2) Different paint colors running into each other (his workers didn't know how to use blue tape); 3) Mortar/grout being smeared across the entire face of a brick wall and then being allowed to sit for four days (this was despite my raising concerns that I had never seen mortar smeared across the face of brick as it was actually happening); 4) Refusing to correctly complete items that were very clearly agreed to in the contract because they were ??more complicated than he thought? (such as installing door handles)

It was initially hard to stay mad at Daniel because he was apologetic and said he would take care of the problem. But the problems multiplied and Daniel??s claims that he would take care of mistakes didn't materialize.

It all came to a head when for two weeks Daniel stalled the repair of the brick his employee had ruined. Daniel had initially said he would order new brick on a Saturday. The following Wednesday, I encountered his employee attempting to scrape off the mortar from the brick face with a metal tool (after drying for 4 days). The employee said the brick was now like new and didn't need replacement. Needless to say, the brick was far from new (scraped, chipped, discolored from a chemical he used and still full of mortar in many places). I confronted Daniel and he said that he had decided (unilaterally and without any consultation with me) that the brick could be repaired by scraping it and using chemicals and that it just needed sealer and would now be fine.

An argument of course ensued where I told him the brick was very clearly damaged and needed replacement. After I produced before and after photos (NOTE OF CAUTION: take as many "before" pictures as you can), he relented and said he would replace the brick and make it right. Unfortunately, Daniel continued to play games. The next day (Thursday), he claimed he had already ordered the brick on Monday, but was just saying he hadn't done so until I signed off on the other items in the contract (What? You were using the repair of damage you caused for something unrelated? Highly unethical). But when I called the brick distributors to see if he had placed an order, he hadn't. He had been lying about that too.

Despite brick distributors I called saying they could deliver brick the following day, it took Daniel 10 days to say he was ready with the brick (3 weeks after he was supposed to have ordered brick). This was also on the heels of him suggesting that I could simply not make the final payment due to him under the contract and we could then call it even on the brick (the cost of repair of course exceeded that payment, so I knew something was fishy). His workers tried to install the brick and it was a DISASTER. Daniel DOES NOT USE SKILLED WORKERS. The BRICKS were literally falling off my wall and there was an instruction manual the workers left on how to install TILE.

If you have a very simple job and don't mind very much about details, go with someone less costly. If there's anything more complicated New York Moderin Interiors will damage your apartment and cause a lot of heartburn

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My experience with Daniel was awful. I hired Daniel for a simple patch/paint job, as well as to install grout for brick that had already been installed.\r
When work first began, the only protection that Daniel's workers employed was the

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My experience with Daniel was awful. I hired Daniel for a simple patch/paint job, as well as to install grout for brick that had already been installed.\r
When work first began, the only protection that Daniel's workers employed was the

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Daniel from Modern interiors was our first apartment renovation also and turned out to be excellent. People walk into our apt and can't believe it's the same apt that existed. Ask daniel and he will bring you to see it and speak with us. Come see for yourselves!

Reading the previous review was a little disappointing. People in NYC want everything for nothing at his experience was not ours. We had many contractors come in and Daniels team came in at half the price of everyone else. As everyone knows construction always has its issues and problems always arise, its just part of the renovation. The fact that they were half the price helped for any unexpected incidences.

Daniel walked us through everything and of course everything did not go to plan as once you pull a wall down you have no idea what us underneath but he always reassured us that it would be taken care of. And it was. We even change our ideas and he worked with us. His team were dedicated to only performing great work. They are european and its in their blood and instinct.

The value of our apt has increased immensely from the work they did.

Also Daniel takes car of himself, he's healthy, looks after himself, travels and eats well and understands the needs of his clients.

We had a great experience.

UWS residents and proud of our home!

Thanks to Daniel and his team.

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★★★★★

Daniel from Modern interiors was our first apartment renovation also and turned out to be excellent. People walk into our apt and can't believe it's the same apt that existed. Ask daniel and he will bring you to see it and speak with us. Come see for yourselves!

Reading the previous review was a little disappointing. People in NYC want everything for nothing at his experience was not ours. We had many contractors come in and Daniels team came in at half the price of everyone else. As everyone knows construction always has its issues and problems always arise, its just part of the renovation. The fact that they were half the price helped for any unexpected incidences.

Daniel walked us through everything and of course everything did not go to plan as once you pull a wall down you have no idea what us underneath but he always reassured us that it would be taken care of. And it was. We even change our ideas and he worked with us. His team were dedicated to only performing great work. They are european and its in their blood and instinct.

The value of our apt has increased immensely from the work they did.

Also Daniel takes car of himself, he's healthy, looks after himself, travels and eats well and understands the needs of his clients.

We had a great experience.

UWS residents and proud of our home!

Thanks to Daniel and his team.

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