This home was designed for a recently married older couple who had separate homes filled with lifelong possessions and different aesthetic styles. The newly renovated space transforms three units into a spacious, light-filled modern apartment with an efficient and open circulation. The cohesive design combines the downtown loft, artistic sensibility of one partner, with the utilitarian taste of the other. A natural, muted palette including off-white, green and taupe act as a clean backdrop for the owner’s eclectic, stylish furniture and art collection. Wood floors and white oak millwork envelop the space with warmth, and different types of marble elegantly invigorate the kitchen and bathrooms. Bronze screens in the shape of thin tree branches encourage light to flood into the dining room and through the living room wet bar. The now open and flowing apartment allows the homeowners to enjoy these artistic elements that punctuate and define the spaces.
With Maggie Rosenblatt Design
Photography: Kirsten Francis