An 1890s brownstone in Greenwich Village, New York. The raised ground floor contains an open-plan kitchen, dining and living space, pantry and bathroom. The first floor is home to the master bedroom, dressing room and library, en-suite bathroom and terrace. There are four further bedrooms and two bathrooms on the second and third floors, with a roof garden above. A family room, sixth bedroom, bathroom and WC occupy the lower-ground floor.
This cosy study area is full of furniture found in Parisian flea markets and houses special pictures and books.
Sweetpea & Willow
A cluster of fairy lights turn this space into a pretty room for a little girl. A row of prints lines the mantelpiece to inject a subtle hit of colour into this predominantly white scheme.
Sherpa Hang-A-Round chair from PBteen
Floor-to-ceiling tiles emphasise the height of this bathroom, while the monochrome colour scheme gives a sense of serenity.