Taking cues from her client’s love of travel and time spent in Japan, interior designer
Adrienne Neff created a calm oasis with custom furnishings in this newly renovated prewar apartment off of Park Avenue. 53
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In the living room, a pair of custom sofas covered in a boucle fabric from Holland & Sherry face each other for easy conversation. The decorative fireplace screen is by Marie Suri from the Liz O’Brien Gallery. The artwork is from the Foley Gallery. The carpet is custom from Patterson Flynn Martin.
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Neff created a separate dining area in the open living space with a table by Tom Dixon and a vintage light fixture. Decorative accents include a vase by Eric Schmitt and white crystal candle votives from Liz O’Brien.
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The kitchen features custom cabinets designed by Mike Warshaw, the architect for the project. Dark cork flooring contrasts with the white marble countertop and cabinets. A backsplash of veined marble from Vermont ties the space together.
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The home office area is elegant with a softly patterned hand block printed wallpaper designed by Neff and white custom cabinetry designed by Warshaw. The artwork is from New York's Foley Gallery, and the leather desk accessories are from Barneys New York.
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The master bedroom has a soothing autumnal palette of orange and brown with a crisp backdrop. The silk curtain fabric is from Raoul Textiles, and the carpet is from Beauvais Carpets.
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The master bathroom features an oak wood sink with a white Italian milk glass top that was custom designed by Neff and Warshaw. The flooring is a custom
Waterworks mosaic design.
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The boy's bedroom has a more masculine look with a leather headboard from Room & Board and denim colored linen bedding by Coyuchi. The artwork is from Williams-Sonoma Home, and the carpet is from Beauvais Carpets.
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The bedroom features a built-in study area with a custom-designed desk and bookshelves by Neff and Warshaw. The brass table lamp is by Thomas O’Brien and the desk chair is from
Design Within Reach.