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Zachos turning heads with men only design service

Award-winning Westchester-based interior designer Brittany Zachos is turning heads with the launch of her new firm, Five Gentleman.

The company “speaks directly to the unique tastes of men” and offers a full range of interior design services tailored precisely to them.

According to Zachos, the interior design industry has, until now, ignored the aesthetic sensibilities of the upwardly mobile male who seeks a different living experience.

“What sets the company apart from other interior design firms is its commitment to knowing the needs, style and interests of the upwardly mobile male demographic and how they differ from the traditionally effeminate tastes of today’s interior designers,” said Zachos.

“We ultimately seek to fuse ‘cool’ with “beauty’.”


Five Gentleman has already attracted the backing of a New York City-based real estate private equity interest.

Zachos’ intention is to give men exclusive representation in the design of their homes, be it a retrofitted closet space, a more efficient home office, a wine cellar to call their own or the enhancement of a bedroom, living room, library or bathroom.

To do this, the company has developed five customizable male design styles, integrating them with the latest in smart home technology solutions and luxury home collection items such as wine, art and sports memorabilia, with the intention of creating the ultimate male living experience.

A number of profiles were created by the team at Five Gentlemen, which consists of experienced interior designers, architects, tech integrators and home collection developers, and then matched with a mix of interior design packages that would best suit the personalities of their prospective clients.

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