A sassy sense of style runs through the two individualistic home designs that we tour here. Our first intriguing home tour takes place in a meticulous restoration of a large 5-bedroom townhouse. Which features beautifully restored woodwork, custom details and around 8,000 square feet of light-filled interiors. Colourful artwork and an eclectic furniture collection shape living spaces that draw the eye as well as excite the mind. The second home design we visit is a loft, located in the historic Gilsey House building in the NoMad neighbourhood of Manhattan. Industrial features hark to its history, whilst bold art pieces. Colourful accents and a bespoke staircase design make the loft into a marvellously modern and uplifting home.
Gilsey House building
In the dining room, a multicoloured rug adds a bright contemporary touch by the classic woodwork. A modern dining room chandelier fills the fresh white ceiling space.
All existing walls were removed to highlight the historic windows, and steel structure. Now natural sunlight hits clean white walls as well as vibrant artwork at every turn.
Grey as well as white framed kitchen cabinets build a custom look. Two side-by-side 6-burner Wolf ranges as well as a farmhouse sink place focal points in the arrangement. One small doorway leads into an oversized pantry. Whilst French doors lead onto an intimate balcony with a grill and outdoor dining bar that overlooks 5th Avenue.
A production office is located on the garden level of the home. Streamlined desks, exposed brickwork as well as industrial style lighting gives this space its own distinctive character from the house.
Led by award-winning architect, Jeffery Povero of Povero&Company, this 20ft wide single-family townhouse renovation includes five bedrooms, six bathrooms and immaculately rejuvenated living spaces. Colourful wall art brings the light-flooded lounge to life. Bright scatter cushions and throws colour the sofas, whilst a large area rug adds texture to the floor.
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The townhouse boasts an interior of approximately 8,000 square feet. An enormous kitchen is blessed with an impressive central island. That doubles as a casual dining/breakfast spot.