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A balanced abode on the Upper West Side

Our friends at Homepolish created a warm and inviting space for this young couple by combining their existing furniture with new, timeless pieces, from double-layered jute rugs to one-of-a-kind paintings by NG Collective Studio.

Design by Casey Debois, photos by Claire Esparros

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β€œIt's important to focus on materials – too much of one material can make a room feel off-balance. I wanted to achieve a perfect mixture of finishes – blending reclaimed wood, brass, copper, high gloss and upholstery to warm up the space.”

— Casey Debois

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Artwork by NG Collective Studio
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Artwork by NG Collective Studio
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Artwork by NG Collective Studio

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