On her blog, Mimi + Meg, Meg Biram—”an entrepreneur, artist, blogger, brand strategist, digital media consultant and Internet junkie”—featured the apartment of a Tribeca family (who has decided they don’t want their names included on this website). “She worked with interior designer Steffani Aarons and architect Ben Fuqua at DHD Architecture Design on the project. [Her] main desires for the space were storage and an amazing kitchen. She wanted a home that was fun, vibrant, and easy for guests to come over and enjoy themselves in.” Ready when you are!
A few highlights:
••• The team certainly shopped local: The entry console (in front of the luscious peony wallpaper) is from BDDW on Crosby; the dining room table is from Room on N. Moore; the chain-mail chandelier above it is from Ochre on Broome.
••• “The ceilings in the entry, living, dining, and kitchen”—all on the main floor, which implies at least one other floor—”are all two-story. [...] The master bedroom is on the main floor, so it too has the two-story ceiling, which gave it the perfect space for a gorgeous chandelier.”
••• Love the bathroom tile (Ann Sacks).
••• The son’s room has graffiti in the door.
••• “Living Space Design and interiors assistant Brooke McGowan also worked on this space.”
Click here to read Meg’s walk-though of the apartment (and see more of her photos). In the meantime, click to enlarge. And if you want to see even more of the place, click on “Living Space Design,” above.
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