The bedroom continues the global feel, dominated by textiles from India, South Africa, and Guatemala. The pouf of the bedside if from Morocco. Side table is West Elm.; Bed is Restoration Hardware.
The grand headboard was once part of the set for the film Intolerable Cruelty. Photo by Adam Milliron
Carrie Hayward Design
When we moved in, the landlords helped us remove approximately 85 bazillion sets of mismatched, ill-fitting louvred doors, including one that only partially covered these shelves and was the first thing you saw upon entering the bedroom. I designed the bi-fold doors and had them created by Mike Z Designs. Photo © Bethany Nauert
Photo: Sarah Seung McFarland © 2017 Houzz
Michael Tavano Design
This large-scaled rolling wing chair is a Michael tavano design. Here he upholsters it ing menswear suiting fabric and lacquers the frame in bright turquoise for a regal reading spot. Underfoot, a quatrefoil patterned rug evokes an old iron gate, while above the headboard a painting of the Paris sewers in tones of bright lavender reminds us of the beauty in ordinary things. Photo: Rick Lew
Interior Designer: Heidi Woodman - Uber Contractor: The Redevelopment Group Photography: Chris Bucher
Wolf & Wing Interior Design
A transplant from Maryland to New York City, my client wanted a true New York loft-living experience, to honor the history of the Flatiron District but also to make him feel at "home" in his newly adopted city. We replaced all the floors with reclaimed wood, gutted the kitchen and master bathroom and decorated with a mix of vintage and current furnishings leaving a comfortable but open canvas for his growing art collection.
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Photo: Rikki Snyder © 2016 Houzz Design: Eddie Lee