Dransfield and Ross

John Dransfield and Geoffrey Ross are the influential designers behind their eponymous, sixteen-year old, New York City based, home furnishings company.John Dransfield’s previous profession as a trend driven fashion designer keeps the collection always evolving while maintaining a couture edge.Geoffrey Ross’ talents as a designer of high-end textiles have enriched the collections of Scalamandre in New York and Nobilis in Paris.

Melding their passions, they have created a collection of home goods with an idiosyncratic mix of textures and colors, infused with their encyclopedic knowledge of the decorative arts.  Besides their existing categories of soft furnishings, they have recently broadened the scope of their collection under the banner of “Mise en Scene” by Dransfield and Ross” to include furniture, decorative accessories, as well as desk and bath accessories.

Dransfield and Ross products have received impressive editorial coverage in Architectural Digest, Bon Appetit, Connecticut Cottages and Gardens, Coastal Living, Domino, Elle Décor, Food and Wine, Hampton’s Cottages and Gardens, House Beautiful, In Style, Martha Stewart Living, Metropolitan Home, O at Home, The New York Times, Town and Country and Vogue Living.

Their homes have been prominently featured in House Beautiful Magazine, Elle Décor and Hampton Cottages and Gardens.

Dransfield and Ross’ client list includes such prestigious retailers as Amen Wardy Home, Barney’s, Bergdorf Goodman, Horchow, Gumps Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Lane Crawford, Robb & Stucky and W Hotels as well as the finest specialty stores and design firms around the country.



Mushroom Desk set


Napkin RingsNM-17MN_mt


Decorative Pillows



© 2006 Dransfield and Ross, Ltd.

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