My NYC Apartment Pt. 2
West Village, NY

A few more shots of my old West Village, NYC apartment… Painting my bedroom black was a huge risk and I went back and forth about it for weeks, but luckily Becca convinced me and I ended up LOVING it!  It really made the extremely small bedroom feel more luxe and sophisticated.  When it came to the dining nook, I knew I didn’t want to do anything conventional so I mixed up my chairs and did a custom wingback from Society Social and wicker chairs from Williams Sonoma.  I collected various sizes of blue ginger jars and placed floral arrangements from BloomBar in them.  I sprinkled fashion coffee table books throughout the space along with perfume, candles and souvenirs from my travels.  The artwork was a combination of magazine and coffee table book cutouts (it’s all about getting creative!), and pieces from One Kings Lane.  As I mentioned in my first apartment post, I utilized every inch of the 650 square foot space with a rolling rack, baskets, and shoe boxes for storage.  The apartment was a mix of classic and eclectic with a nod to the charm of the West Village.  Head over to this post and this post to see more!

Horse picture // Mother of pearl shadowbox // Abstract print // Blue ginger jars // Design Within Reach dining table // Society Social wingback chair // Williams Sonoma wood chair // Rolling rack // Serena & Lily chandelier // E.F. Chapman lamps (similar) // Colorblock print // Jonathan Adler perfume tray // Becca Interiors custom pillows // Restoration Hardware bed (similar) // Hermes blanket // One Lings Lane sofa // West Elm coffee table // Restoration Hardware curtains (similar)