The Greenwich Village in New York is remarkable for the fact that behind the old facades of townhouses built in the middle of the 19th century there are very modern and stylish interiors. In this area, as a rule, it is quiet and calm. In contrast to the bustling center with its skyscrapers, life here flows slowly, and behind the doors with exquisite handles-gongs, dwellings hide with amazing furnishings. Due to the balance between antiquity and modernity, tenderness and industrial brutality, this home has become quite special. We really liked how the designer combined rich colors in detail with the cold surfaces of steel windows, railings and wrought-iron furniture. The kitchen corner with a green sofa turned out to be very cozy: it brings nostalgia to the diners so popular in the 50s, with their leather sofas and neon signs. The perfect home: bright, stylish, special!
About Author:Maria is the lead author at pufikhomes.com. She finished faculty of journalism and art school, works in the field of PR and has a special passion for cozy interiors. Warm and soulful interiors where the life is felt are really close to her.
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