Interior designer joe lupo in front of two sculptures

VT Home is the residential interior design division of Visual Therapy. Launched in 2014 by VT co-founder Joe Lupo, VT Home is what Lupo believes to be the most logical extension of the Visual Therapy process. After co-writing three books on personal style, being recognized as a color expert, and designing several of his own homes as well as those of VT co-founder Jesse Garza, Lupo followed his passion to formally study the art at Parsons New School for Interior Design.

Since launching VT Home, Lupo has designed numerous homes in New York City as well as a collection of custom furniture under the VT Home name. Included in Lupo’s most recent projects are a chic contemporary loft in Chelsea, a classic Fifth Avenue townhouse, a sleek pied-à-terre, and a gracious one bedroom in the Greenwich Lane, among others. Lupo builds his unique vision for a space around balance and proportion. He believes that true style is a marriage between antiques, vintage, contemporary, and often custom furniture, and that each item plays a part in the story of a client’s unique style. The connection of style and overall aesthetic in the home creates the perfect backdrop for a beautiful and comfortable lifestyle.

Sunlit loft in manhattan mid-century adrian pearsall cream boucle chairs, circle silk carpet and bookshelves and boston terrier named rufuslupo

Noho apartment furnished with pink pillows, coffee table, willem de kooning drawing and aero studios vintage lamp and minotti dove gray sofa, projection of the graduate playing on the wall

NYC apartment in soho furnished with gio ponti gray mohair chair, robsjon gibbings for witticomb, mid-century black lacquer dresser with succulent plant , custom bronze mirror and a custom upholstered bed by joe lupo with a joan miro lithograph

nyc apartment furnished with blue velvet sofa, coffee table furnished with books