All posts with tag:New York

This home in New York is a clear example of how decor changes everything. The basis of the apartment is as simple and neutral as possible: dazzling white walls and a black floor. But the most interesting thing lies in the details – the designers decided to fill the spaces with furniture, wallpaper, posters and…

In 2016, a big fire badly damaged almost half of the apartments in a 1930s building in Manhattan, including this one. Fortunately, no one was hurt, but the damage was serious – repairs lasted several years. But the Cochineal Design studio had the opportunity to create from scratch a very warm, at the same time…

This 19th-century townhouse in Brooklyn has been reconstructed following a fairly common architectural pattern – an original historic facade and a modern extension in the backyard. The same goes for the design of the interior space: the purely American interiors of the front of the house and more modern and minimalist elements in the extension….

Carly Cushnie was a well-known and successful young fashion designer in New York before the pandemic, her brand specialized in elegant evening dresses and go-out clothes. But Coronavirus made its own changes to her plans, so the business had to be closed due to lack of demand. As we know, every crisis brings new opportunities,…

Designer Marissa Bero seems to have found the perfect mix of classic style and contemporary elements in this downtown New York apartment. The classical basis is expressed here primarily in a large home library, a black piano, retro and vintage pieces of furniture. At the same time, modern upholstered furniture and chairs by Scandinavian designers,…

As we know, white is the favorite color of Scandinavian designers, while their US counterparts usually like more rich combinations. And this is why it’s so interesting to watch the interiors of this townhouse in Brooklyn – here the design is completely built on white. Yes, of course, it was diluted with wooden elements in…

The interiors of this eclectic New York apartment are like the character of its owner, Broadway actress Betsy Wolfe – bright, multi-layered, contrasting, bold. Designer Cristal Sinclair has filled the all-white canvas space with varied stylistic layers, whimsical furniture and active colorful prints. From vintage paintings to stark black kitchen cabinets, from exotic patterned pillows…

The building in which this duplex apartment in Manhattan is located was built in the 19th century, and a hotel functioned here for almost 100 years. In the late 1980s, a major reconstruction was carried out, as a result of which the house was converted into residential apartments. Designers from Worrell Yeung were tasked with…

The design project for this Broadway loft in New York City began with a dismantling – designers of worrell yeung decided to clear the space of unnecessary interior partitions to highlight the beauty of the historic windows, plaster moldings and metal architectural elements of the former industrial premises. The apartment is organized as a large…