The minimalism inspirations and the clean visual identifies this condo right in the center of New York. An outrageous project done by the condecorated design team Phoebe and James Howard. All the ambiences breeds fresh air and lightness, and the furniture colours perfectly match with the pearly white dove of the fluted wood walls.
A chandelier by Vaughan’s Lymington hangs from a coffer covered in Donghia’s silver-leaf tea paper to add a warm glow to the foyer. The fluted wood walls are painted in Benjamin Moore Aura in White Dove.
A 1940s cabinet by Paolo Buffa adds a rich, dark note to a light palette in this Manhattan living room. Sofa designed by Phoebe Howard and covered in Larsen’s Memory. Phillip Jeffries’s Grecian Squares on the walls. Custom rug by Tai Ping.
In the living room, a sculptural brass-and-onyx coffee table, designed in 1966 by Philippe Hiquily, is surrounded by two custom sofas, an antique bench, and a pair of Chaise Apollon chairs, originally designed by Lucien Rollin, reissued by William Switzer, and covered in Twitter by Jed Johnson Home. The curtains are made from a Hodsoll McKenzie wool and bordered in Cowtan & Tout’s Chinois Stripe. Throw pillows in Glant’s East End and Clarence House’s Milo add interesting pattern and texture to the neutral color scheme.
“It’s a square room, so I wanted a round dining table, which sort of nestles into the lighter center of the Tai Ping rug,” Phoebe Howard says. Madeline Stuart’s Rebecca chairs, covered in Holland & Sherry’s Rive Gauche, are gathered around Julian Chichester’s Dakota dining table with a nickel-plate base. A vintage Art Deco mirror is the focal point of one of the zebrawood-panel walls and is flanked by a pair of Baker’s Perla lamps, set on a custom parchment sideboard. Palmer Hargrave sconces from Dessin Fournir. The curtains are of Pollack’s Flaxen Satin. More elegant details: The ceiling is covered in Phillip Jeffries’s Pewter Leaf, and the wood floor is inlaid with a Greek key motif, designed by James Howard.
The kitchen, accented with Breccia Imperiale marble from Artistic Tile, is open to the family room. Kravet’s Cancun barstools are pulled up to the island. A leather kickplate repels scuffs.
Walls painted in Benjamin Moore Aura in stunning set off an antique bench covered in Jim Thompson’s Velvet Illusion.
“I like to put the pattern on the floor and solids on the furniture,” Phoebe Howard says. Family room rug by Tai Ping.
The master bedroom is quiet and dreamy, with Jim Thompson’s Savanna on the walls and Rose Tarlow’s Monarch on the chair. David Iatesta bench.
Onyx slabs and polished nickel trim on sandblasted glass doors add distinction to the master bath.
Plastic flowers, made by artist Carson Fox, cascade down a wall covered in a Casamance fabric. “Carson brings boxes of flowers and creates it on the spot,” she explains. Chest of drawers by Century Furniture. Gabrielle chairs by Hickory Chair. Sabine mirror from Made Goods. Lamp from Mrs. Howard.
The son’s room is a spin on menswear, with Ralph Lauren’s Burke wool, from Kravet, on Hickory Chair’s Chelsea bed.
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