To get away a bit from all that pink, I think that’d be great? Don’t you think so? At least for a while. This masculine edgy design studio in New York City is the workspace of Ghiora Aharoni… ….an expression of our design sensibility: purity of form; the combination of natural and industrial materials, as well as craftsmanship and technology. RueMag
You may have already seen this absolutely stunning Greenwich Village apartment because it is the home of star designers Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent and one AD’s most popular homes of 2015. See them all here… But how I’m sometimes living under a rock, I’ve missed… Damn, it is gorgeous… Just as I talked of everything gold earlier today…
Well, technically, I didn’t promise you this one but more bohemian interiors this week. Ok, it didn’t go as I planned.. Moving on, this boho beauty is the home of incurable traveler and art expert Rodman Primack, who harmoniously combined work and temporary lair. AD Spain
The very lovely one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment of young designer Lauren McGrath of McGrath II, on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. The apartment is located in a landmarked Georgian mansion from the 1980s, designed by architects Clinton and Russell, the building features high ceilings, working fireplaces, and wrought-iron banisters. Aww, and the interior was originally designed by Ogden Codman, Jr. & Edith Wharton, authors
This spectacular 2000 square foot apartment is actually a concept loft in the heart of New York City. The full floor is staged to provide inspiration for your own home with all pieces available for purchase. Aww, and it has a name, Witness Apartment 🙂
This gem is designed by Katie Martinez, yes, yes, she did the Lulu Frost studio I featured earlier and I’m pretty sure I posted about the kitchen earlier this year too. How gorgeous is this Greenwich Village apartment?
An ethereal space in the heart of New York with snowy wooden floors and alabaster trimmings. Crisp white walls and ivory pieces accents the airy elegance of apartment. via onefinestay
Built in 1890 by a wealthy Scottish family and once called Applegarth for its orchards, this fabulous upstate New York home is Julia Leach’s escape from busy city living. Brittany Ambridge for Domino via dreamsandjeans
A dreamy 1870s blocklong narrow brick townhouse in Cobble Hill. read more about the space on nytimes.com
This warm loft featuring striking interior design is just a couple of steps away from the opulent Gramercy Park Hotel in Manhattan. Who’s behind this? DHD Architecture and Design!