For a long-time client, San Francisco-based designer
Allison Caccoma renovates a Greenwich Village townhouse, retaining some of the contemporary elements installed by a previous owner, but restoring its classical elegance and grace. 50
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The entry of a Greenwich Village townhouse designed by Allison Caccoma, who worked on the renovation with architect David Hottenroth. The door color was custom mixed by the owner, and the light fixture is by
The Urban Electric Co. Photos: Stacy Bass Photography.
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The walls of the living area feature a custom Venetian plaster finish which carries through to the second floor master bedroom suite, and the lower level family room. The sofa is from
Design Within Reach, the open armchair is upholstered in a Duralee fabric, and the curtains of a Cowtan & Tout sheer are trimmed with a braid by Samuel & Sons. The artworks were commissioned for the client's previous home in Connecticut, and the floors are white oak.
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The wall and the bar in the dining area are sheathed in faux shagreen, and replace a fireplace that was there originally. The sconce is by
Jonathan Browning Studios, the table is by Restoration Hardware, the chandelier is by Circa Lighting, and the chairs are from Design Within Reach.
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A newly installed glass balcony overlooks the double-height family room, and the staircase of mahogany and waxed steel, which runs through all five floors, was designed by David Hottenroth. The pendant lights over the kitchen island are by
The Urban Electric Co., the rug is by Stark, and the vintage chrome chairs are upholstered in a Knoll fabric.
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The back wall of glass and steel was installed by the previous owners, the cocktail table is vintage, and the wood armchair is upholstered in a Knoll fabric.
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The table and chairs in the breakfast room are by
Julian Chichester; the chairs are upholstered in a Romo fabric, the custom banquette is covered in a John Robshaw fabric, and the light fixture is by The Urban Electric Co.
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The master bedroom suite occupies the entire second floor. The carpet is by Beauvais, the curtains are of a Claremont fabric with trim by Rogers & Goffigan, and the custom chair is covered in a Castel fabric.