The (1,796 SF) Three Bedroom apartment’s light and airy interior palette evokes the natural texture and colors of the High Line below. The prow-like corner living room features a fresh array of custom and vintage furniture in natural stone, matte lacquer, raw bronze and American walnut, mixed with hand-screened metallic fabrics, taupe silk velvet and chartreuse mohair upholstery.
The Master Bedroom is defined by a custom curvilinear natural linen and oak headboard inset with randomly spaced bronze reveals. Wave 5, an abstract seascape by East Hampton artist David Demers, introduces a soft cornflower blue into this room, its tones echoed in geometric Frette bed linens and custom linen window treatments.
The focal point of the children’s bedroom is a custom coral-hued velvet daybed, whose soft geometry is inspired by a hug. Walls are clad with a playful tangerine hand screened textile that exudes warmth and comfort, as does a playful chair, it’s play-dough geometries inspired by a child’s drawing. Overhead, an abstract image-object by James English Leary offers a friendly wave to the hypothetical young resident of this room.
The cozy den continues this thematic of nature, with colors of harvest wheat and summer dusk, and comfortable Swedish furniture in luminous blue velvet and natural suede, accented by a constellation of miniature wall mirrors.