This New York Residence Deftly Mixes Vintage and Custom — and Tile for Miles
Chances are, if you’ve eaten out in New York or LA in the past five years, you’re familiar with some of the details that recur in this New York residence. After all, its interior design team, Home Studios, is responsible for such cozy elements as the channeled paneling at The Spaniard, the archways and tile at Bibo in LA, the copper accents at Ramona in Greenpoint, and the globular pendants at the sadly shuttered Five Leaves in East Hollywood. This 2,000-square-foot gut renovation in Noho — Home Studio’s first residential project in New York — employs all of those details and more, deftly marrying considered finishes like a copper kitchen hood and curved ceiling cutouts with excellent vintage, custom, and contemporary furniture choices. One of our favorite rooms is the master bedroom, which is anchored by a Landon Metz painting, an Atelier de Troupe chair, and a travertine, walnut, and cane bed designed by Home; the room’s vintage French lamp is like a Sight Unseen BINGO card, with the pleated shade and silhouette of a Caprani lamp, a curved spine featuring a stack of tiny balls, and a burl wood base. Our other most-wanted room is the guest bathroom, where curved, handmade mosaic tiles and copper accents give off an extremely chic swimming pool vibe. Scroll through for more of our favorites!
PHOTOS BY BRIAN W. FERRY