Photo Gallery: Jennifer Post’s Minimalist Spaces
Pure, simple style.
Warm creams and soft greys create a serene space in this West Los Angeles home. Dark accents like the coffee table, pendant light and marble Lady Mamba sculpture by Italy’s Mauro Mori, stand out on the calm backdrop.
Floor-to-ceiling tile enhances the retreat look. Sleek hardware complements the clean angles in the shower and tub area. A thin wall divider separates the shower from the bath without sacrificing style.
A David Sutherland dining table and set of chairs grace the Basaltina gray stone flooring. A clear partition offers views to the pool.
In Manhattan’s Upper West Side, designer Jennifer Post’s own unit at the Apthorp, a 1908 building, best showcases her skill with minimalism. Traditional architectural details like the panel moulding pair well with modern streamlined furnishings for a new trad look. A delicate chandelier adds sparkle. Sheers enhance the airy feeling.
A simple palette of periwinkle blue and white works beautifully in this bedroom overlooking Miami. Off-centred artwork, also white, adds texture. Curtains can be drawn for privacy and to soften the light.
This bedroom borrows shades of blue from the morning sky over Manhattan, and lavender that recalls the clouds at dusk. The twin reading chairs from Cassina can swivel so guests can enjoy the view from Columbus Circle Towers.
Ornamental grasses and vines provide texture, height and interest to this sophisticated New York retreat. Stone pavers, a paned door and the overhead trellis all feature clean rectangular lines. Designer Jennifer Worts ensured the exterior reflected the same minimalist look as the contemporary interior, featured in Jennifer Post: Pure Space.