Cheryl Settino Mosher

Cheryl Settino Mosher

Director of Interior Design

Cheryl oversees the firm’s Interior Design department. She joined The Brooklyn Studio in 2016 after earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts from The New York School of Interior Design.

Before transitioning to Interior Design, Cheryl spent twenty years working in special event planning and floral design, including nine years with world-renowned event planner, Robert Isabell. She brings a distinctive eye and a wealth of management experience to her design process.

Cheryl spends her free time gardening, working on artistic projects, and spending time with her husband Ronnie, and their Morkie, Ada.

The Proust Questionnaire

Taking inspiration from a popular nineteenth-century parlor game, we sat down with each member of our team and asked them a few questions about their inspirations and aspirations.

What is your idea of perfect happiness?

Swimming in the ocean.

What is your greatest fear?


What is your greatest extravagance?

Unusual plants, gastronomic delights, and travel.

What talent would you most like to have?

A singing voice.

What is your favorite color?

What isn’t my favorite color?

What is your favorite virtue?


Which living architect or designer do you most admire?

Kelly Wearstler.

Which dead architect or designer do you most admire?

Renzo Mongiardino, Gio Ponti, Luis Barragán, Oscar Niemeyer, Tony Duquette.

What is the trait that you most appreciate in a building?


What is your favorite type of project to work on?


Who is your favorite author?

Food writers.

Who is your favorite artist?

Jeremiah Goodman, Will Cotton, Louise Bourgeois, Robert Frederick Blum.

Which historical figure do you most identify with?

Our Lady Helen of Roper.

What is your most treasured possession?


Where would you like to live?

A no-shoes-required type of place.

What quality do you most admire in others?

Reliable. Punctual. Trustworthy.

Stranded on a desert island, you have two books in your possession. What are they?

Fingers crossed it’s something about edible plant identification and bushcraft.