Peti Lau

Location New York

Interior Designer *Aristofreak TM

Designer Interior Designer
1 Projects

Work History

Interior Designer
Peti Lau Inc
Nov 2005 - Present
New York and Los Angeles
Peti Lau is an International Interior Designer based in New York City with over a decade of residential and commercial experience. She holds a degree from the New York School of Interior Design, and has studied historical architecture and interiors in London. Her designs have been featured in multiple magazines, including Architectural Digest, Wall Street Journal, Apartment Therapy, NY Cottages and Gardens, where she was profiled as a “Rising Star”, RubyLux, and among the many industry publications. Peti Lau has developed a signature style she coined AristoFreak™. Peti expresses her worldly inspirations with eclectic colors, patterns and textures to create romance and moods in all of her spaces. AristoFreak™ emerged from Peti’s early evening career in Thailand, Mauritius, and Europe through her adventures as an expatriate, influenced by her love of art, travel and lifestyle. Her curiosity for exploration ultimately led her to the concrete jungle of New York City. AristoFreak™ evolved through the ideology of “old world charms” adapted for modern living. Over the past decade, Peti Lau’s projects have brought her to locations such as Los Angeles, London and Brighton in U.K., Koh Samui Thailand, India, and Mauritius. Her eclectic style has attracted a wide range of clients including celebrities, restaurants & bars, and private homes. Peti is a trilingual jill-of-all-trades. Aside from designing, she’s traveled the world, owned a restaurant, a cocktail bar, launched a clothing line for chefs in Bali, Hawaii and India, and studied to be an opera singer and classical pianist. In her spare time, she promotes entrepreneurial women by hosting power lunches and also co-hosts Private Dinner Clubs with Celebrity Chef Charles Chen, benefiting charities and creating experiences for like-minded people to connect and inspire each other.


New York School of Interior Design
2009 - 2011