Tucked away on a quiet street in SoHo, this neutral oasis is infused with subtle pops of color by our friends at Born on Bowery. Principal designer Luba Libarikian thoughtfully brings together fine vintage furniture with hand-selected works by Adrian Kay Wong, Carrie Crawford and Diana Delgado that hold a deeper meaning for the client.
Design by Born on Bowery | Styling by Katja Greeff | Photos by Gieves Anderson
“The apartment has a relatively neutral color palette, which allows the art to be the star. Diana Delgado's work, which is bursting with color, is the first thing one sees upon entering the home - it's a cheerful welcome that sets the tone for the whole space.”
“Each piece selected holds a special meaning, whether it is a reminder of childhood adventures (Adrian Kay Wong's 'Driveway Drives' brought back fond memories of playing basketball in the driveway), the love of textiles (Carrie Crawford's work is reminiscent of denim, a favorite), or the intangible energy conveyed by the brush strokes (Delgado's work).”
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