When a close friend moved from Long Island and purchased a two-bedroom condo in Manhattan, interior designer
Rona Landman used bright pops of color and stylish furnishings to transform the apartment into a cheerful, glamorous home perfect for a new life in the city. 63
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The living room doubles as a work space with a lucite and leather desk by Plexi-Craft. The warm palette of the artwork by Jamali, which hangs over the sofa, complements the sun-drenched space.
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The kitchen is sleek and modern with white cabinetry and stainless steel appliances and has easy access to the adjacent dining area.
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For the dining table, Landman repurposed the base from the client's previous table but added a custom-designed white lacquered top for a fashion-foward look. Surrounding the table are Philippe Starck's chic Mademoiselle chairs and two antique urns.
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The red wood lacquered buffet was custom designed by Landman. An antique mirror above reflects the home's city views.
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In the master bedroom, nightstands from Ercole Home flank a custom-made bed. The elegant wallpaper is from Osborne & Little. The tall cabinets were designed by the client, who runs
Imagine it Done, a home organizing business. The carpet is from Stark.
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Chairs from the client's previous home were reupholstered with bold fabrics for a playful accent.
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The guest bedroom, which is used by the client's college-age daughter, features a storage bed by Calligaris and nightstands from Horchow. The room is full of bright color with bold patterned linens from Missoni and a vibrant turquoise accent wall. Sheer drapery allows sunlight to filter in.
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Comfortable wingback chairs are upholstered in a soft fabric from Romo and are perfect for lounging.
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A clear vanity by Plexi-Craft and acrylic Ghost Chair create a stylish work space without blocking the view or weighing down the room.