About Oasis Home
About Oasis Home
Guests of Oasis Home will find a range of home furnishings, accessories, fine gifts, and other home and lifestyle items. Our furnishings are ‘scaled’ to accommodate both home size and budgets of primary and second residences. The vision of Oasis Home, “A Sense of Place. A Sense of Space. Come Home to Your Senses,” comes to life in the store’s offerings – a fresh mix of stylish and affordable antiques, custom upholstery and case goods creating a sophisticated and invigorating environment that appeals to the senses. Oasis Home offers a design salon environment for the discriminating client providing custom service and furnishings at affordable pricing.
Come Home To Your Senses
Oasis Home projects range from Full Service Residential design and furnishings, to Commercial projects. Recently, the firm completed projects including several Hurricane Sandy restorations of Condo lobbies in Hoboken and Jersey City and of course, residences and a offices throughout New Jersey and New York.
We have been a featured designer in Design NJ, HGTV Portfolios, Houzz, and several designer show houses, including most recently the 2014 Mansion in May Blairsden Estate project benefitting the Morristown Memorial Hospital.
Meet Nancy Mikulich – Your New Interior Designer
For more than a decade, Nancy Leffler-Mikulich has fostered the development of her design style by infusing many creative endeavors: interior design, photography, art collection, fashion and music. From her boutique store, OASIS HOME, located in Asbury Park, New Jersey, Nancy and her associates build on the passion for design and curation of home décor, art and all things beautiful and unique. Oasis Home’s is known for creating spaces that are striking, poetic environments combining clean lines and classic form.
The design sensibility is grounded in materials and values that endure. Her spaces are at once comfortable and freshly discerning: The culmination of lifelong interests in music, dance, art, design, fashion, architecture, performance, and history. Her passion for music performance and recording began as a classically trained violinist. Throughout the 1980s, she began creating musical environment installations and collaborated with other musicians and performers from other genres, and performed in Europe and NYC at reknown spaces such as CBGB, Max’s, and the Kitchen.
In the 1990s, Nancy relocated to the Redwood Coastline of the Santa Cruz Mountains in California and returned to school to study interior design: Recognizing how good design has the ability to positively impact people, transform their experiences, and, in business environment, enhance brand awareness and profitability.
Nancy Mikulich ASID and principal designer and owner of Oasis Home is also a Certified Aging in Place (CAPS) specialist: one of a select group of design professionals nationwide to have earned the Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist (CAPS) designation, identifying her as an interior designer with the skills and knowledge necessary to remodel, furnish or modify a home to meet the unique needs of an inclusive population. “Accessibility is an important function of great design and can be incorporated in a very attractive and beautiful ways. Modern, open floor plans in particular can be very user friendly for persons with these requirements. Likewise we can design within traditional environments for clients with special needs.”
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