When interior designer Tali Roth and her family moved from Columbus Circle to Chelsea, she took it as an opportunity to refresh her space. The designer combines existing pieces, like a Paulistano leather armchair, with new finds, like a floor-to-ceiling work by Aschely Vaughan Cone, in her 2,200 square-foot loft. A gallery wall that mixes vintage paintings and a double-sided drawing on drafting film by Vicki Sher underscores the layered subtleties throughout the space.
Photos by Genevieve Garruppo
“For the gallery wall, I mixed some existing pieces with new. Some high-end with vintage finds. I love how it follows the line of the ugly dropped ceiling and makes it feel more intentional.”
“I designed my dream dining table and had Boles Studio fabricate it. It’s simple and sturdy, and I am loving the marble top with the steel legs.”
“I love how the living room has multiple seating options, and it feels very communal.”
“I love my bedroom because it’s calming, which I think is really important to have in your sleeping space! I love the greys layered on top of each other and the sculptural white lighting.”
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