Decorating & Design
May 14, 2012
The beautiful interiors of this four-bedroom, 2,720-square-foot Greenwich Village condo is the handiwork of not one but three standout designers. The $7-million place is set in an historic, 1928 building designed by architect Emery Roth (who developed many landmark hotels and apartments in Manhattan in the 1920s and ’30s), and has fresh, modern interiors by notable New Yorker Victorian Hagan. Most recently, Fawn Galli introduced her own whimsical aesthetic, but the whole place still looks cohesive and enviably gorgeous.
The heavy beamed ceiling has been painted white so it appears to float, rather than hang, overhead.
I don’t know if the light fixtures are included in the asking price, but the one in the dining area is certainly worth keeping — it has a wicked texture and contrasts perfectly with the light and airy space.
The principal bedroom has a restful feeling with its calming, Cole & Son wallpaper. Clearly, the dog agrees.
How could you not enjoy having butterflies fluttering across your bedroom wall? The Nina Campbell Farfalla pattern is fantastic.
For more information on the house, contact Stribling Private Brokerage.
1-3. Stribling Private Brokerage, photography by Emily Gilbert Photography