Designed in 2015 by
There are original touches throughout the apartment, such as the radiators and the pipes running from floor to ceiling. The apartment has been staged with a combination of rustic and contemporary materials, showcasing the timelessness of the space.
One disruption to the tranquil design is in the bathroom, where bright turquoise and café au lait-colored tiles break up the monochrome palette. And in the kitchen, where dark grey cabinets offset the egg white tile and a herringbone wooden floor subtly accentuates the cream colored walls.
The bedroom is a soft white, accentuating the sharp curvature of the room and the dramatic ceiling. Tiered arches lead to a corner sleeping nook. A painted hardwood floor in a herringbone pattern is softened by area rugs. A door on the opposite wall leads outside to a small curved white balcony, which overlooks the city’s beautiful architecture.