Brooklyn Townhouse
Brooklyn Townhouse

This 4000 square foot home was a ground up project for an empty nester couple who chose not to downsize. They insisted on entertaining spaces, leisure spaces (hello, sauna!) as well as space for visiting guests. They were partial to a mild, neutral palette throughout, but wanted to wig out a bit on some of the bathrooms - often my most beloved part of a project. They turned out to be my favorite spaces in the house.

Brooklyn Townhouse
Brooklyn Townhouse

Bar

Brooklyn Townhouse
Brooklyn Townhouse

Living Room

Brooklyn Townhouse
Brooklyn Townhouse

Backyard Pool Area

Brooklyn Townhouse
Brooklyn Townhouse

Powder Room

Brooklyn Townhouse
Brooklyn Townhouse

Powder Room

Brooklyn Townhouse
Brooklyn Townhouse

Kitchen

Brooklyn Townhouse
Brooklyn Townhouse

Kitchen

Brooklyn Townhouse
Brooklyn Townhouse

Dining Room

Brooklyn Townhouse
Brooklyn Townhouse

Dining Room

Brooklyn Townhouse
Brooklyn Townhouse

Powder Room

Brooklyn Townhouse
Brooklyn Townhouse

Master Suite

Brooklyn Townhouse
Brooklyn Townhouse

Master Suite

Brooklyn Townhouse
Brooklyn Townhouse

Master Bath

Brooklyn Townhouse
Brooklyn Townhouse

Bedroom

Brooklyn Townhouse
Brooklyn Townhouse

Interior Staircase

Brooklyn Townhouse
Brooklyn Townhouse

Guest Bedroom

Brooklyn Townhouse
Brooklyn Townhouse

Guest Bath

Brooklyn Townhouse
Brooklyn Townhouse

Guest Bath

Brooklyn Townhouse
Brooklyn Townhouse

Sauna

West Village Apartment
West Village Apartment

Ever design a home around a paint color? Farrow & Ball’s Pigeon served as the starting point for this charming West Village apartment’s face lift from clean white box to soft moody jewel box. Encasing every surface of the apartment in allover color and pattern in a mix of saturated deep tones and subtle moody hues lends the space a sexy cocoon-like feel. This home really does its best work at night.

A palette of muted dusty green, gray, blue, and black dotted with aged brass and natural oak mixes with materials like velvet, stone, marble and leather. Patterned but subtle textures, rugs and low lighting - both contemporary and vintage - round out the space. While we were at it, we gave the kitchen and bathroom a complete makeover too.

West Village Apartment
West Village Apartment
West Village Apartment
West Village Apartment
West Village Apartment
West Village Apartment
West Village Apartment
West Village Apartment
West Village Apartment
West Village Apartment
West Village Apartment
West Village Apartment
West Village Apartment
West Village Apartment
West Village Apartment
West Village Apartment
West Village Apartment
West Village Apartment
West Village Apartment
West Village Apartment
Gramercy Apartment
Gramercy Apartment

The owner - an avid adventure traveler - wanted to tastefully incorporate his travel finds with the apartment’s décor without it feeling like a roving bazaar. It was important to reflect his love of travel, but also to maintain a streamlined sense of order and masculinity in the space.

Furniture and hardware were chosen for their clean lines, and the space's tonal palette was highlighted with patterned rugs, accessories, and other decorative touches, creating layer and depth to reflect the textured elements of travel.

Gramercy Apartment
Gramercy Apartment

Living Room

Gramercy Apartment
Gramercy Apartment

Bedroom

Gramercy Apartment
Gramercy Apartment

Bedroom

Gramercy Apartment
Gramercy Apartment

Bedroom

Gramercy Apartment
Gramercy Apartment
Gramercy Apartment
Gramercy Apartment
West Village Studio
West Village Studio

How do you make a 500 square foot straight line studio not feel like you’re eating in the bedroom? Luckily, the project started with good bones – a cheery, high floor, light filled aerie in the West Village.

We organized the space into 3 seemingly distinct areas – bedroom, living, dining - and using appropriately scaled furniture and other tricks of the eye, retained a feeling of expanse, taking care not to obscure the generous light that pours into this gem of a space, 

West Village Studio
West Village Studio
West Village Studio
West Village Studio
West Village Studio
West Village Studio
West Village Studio
West Village Studio
Brooklyn Townhouse
Brooklyn Townhouse
Brooklyn Townhouse
Brooklyn Townhouse
Brooklyn Townhouse
Brooklyn Townhouse
Brooklyn Townhouse
Brooklyn Townhouse
Brooklyn Townhouse
Brooklyn Townhouse
Brooklyn Townhouse
Brooklyn Townhouse
Brooklyn Townhouse
Brooklyn Townhouse
Brooklyn Townhouse
Brooklyn Townhouse
Brooklyn Townhouse
Brooklyn Townhouse
Brooklyn Townhouse
Brooklyn Townhouse
West Village Apartment
West Village Apartment
West Village Apartment
West Village Apartment
West Village Apartment
West Village Apartment
West Village Apartment
West Village Apartment
West Village Apartment
West Village Apartment
West Village Apartment
Gramercy Apartment
Gramercy Apartment
Gramercy Apartment
Gramercy Apartment
Gramercy Apartment
Gramercy Apartment
Gramercy Apartment
West Village Studio
West Village Studio
West Village Studio
West Village Studio
West Village Studio
Brooklyn Townhouse

This 4000 square foot home was a ground up project for an empty nester couple who chose not to downsize. They insisted on entertaining spaces, leisure spaces (hello, sauna!) as well as space for visiting guests. They were partial to a mild, neutral palette throughout, but wanted to wig out a bit on some of the bathrooms - often my most beloved part of a project. They turned out to be my favorite spaces in the house.

Brooklyn Townhouse

Bar

Brooklyn Townhouse

Living Room

Brooklyn Townhouse

Backyard Pool Area

Brooklyn Townhouse

Powder Room

Brooklyn Townhouse

Powder Room

Brooklyn Townhouse

Kitchen

Brooklyn Townhouse

Kitchen

Brooklyn Townhouse

Dining Room

Brooklyn Townhouse

Dining Room

Brooklyn Townhouse

Powder Room

Brooklyn Townhouse

Master Suite

Brooklyn Townhouse

Master Suite

Brooklyn Townhouse

Master Bath

Brooklyn Townhouse

Bedroom

Brooklyn Townhouse

Interior Staircase

Brooklyn Townhouse

Guest Bedroom

Brooklyn Townhouse

Guest Bath

Brooklyn Townhouse

Guest Bath

Brooklyn Townhouse

Sauna

West Village Apartment

Ever design a home around a paint color? Farrow & Ball’s Pigeon served as the starting point for this charming West Village apartment’s face lift from clean white box to soft moody jewel box. Encasing every surface of the apartment in allover color and pattern in a mix of saturated deep tones and subtle moody hues lends the space a sexy cocoon-like feel. This home really does its best work at night.

A palette of muted dusty green, gray, blue, and black dotted with aged brass and natural oak mixes with materials like velvet, stone, marble and leather. Patterned but subtle textures, rugs and low lighting - both contemporary and vintage - round out the space. While we were at it, we gave the kitchen and bathroom a complete makeover too.

West Village Apartment
West Village Apartment
West Village Apartment
West Village Apartment
West Village Apartment
West Village Apartment
West Village Apartment
West Village Apartment
West Village Apartment
West Village Apartment
Gramercy Apartment

The owner - an avid adventure traveler - wanted to tastefully incorporate his travel finds with the apartment’s décor without it feeling like a roving bazaar. It was important to reflect his love of travel, but also to maintain a streamlined sense of order and masculinity in the space.

Furniture and hardware were chosen for their clean lines, and the space's tonal palette was highlighted with patterned rugs, accessories, and other decorative touches, creating layer and depth to reflect the textured elements of travel.

Gramercy Apartment

Living Room

Gramercy Apartment

Bedroom

Gramercy Apartment

Bedroom

Gramercy Apartment

Bedroom

Gramercy Apartment
Gramercy Apartment
West Village Studio

How do you make a 500 square foot straight line studio not feel like you’re eating in the bedroom? Luckily, the project started with good bones – a cheery, high floor, light filled aerie in the West Village.

We organized the space into 3 seemingly distinct areas – bedroom, living, dining - and using appropriately scaled furniture and other tricks of the eye, retained a feeling of expanse, taking care not to obscure the generous light that pours into this gem of a space, 

West Village Studio
West Village Studio
West Village Studio
West Village Studio
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