Most of us only get one place to call home. But if you’re blessed with a second property, then consider a chance to expand one’s design imagination. Our client came to us to create an urban oasis—something to escape the frenetic pace of midtown Manhattan.
Complimentary neutral tones and metallic accents were used to highlight a series of abstract paintings that were hung throughout the space. Wood floors hightenen the space’s refined, masculine vibe.
The apartment’s dominating aesthetic is an updated variation of mid-century design, and features hallmark piece from the period. By furnishing the space through flea markets and bargain finds, we were able to stay under budget.