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Modern opulence in Midtown

We joined Homepolish and ABC Home to bring modern luxury to a three-bedroom apartment in Midtown. Homepolish Co-founder Noa Santos and designer Justin DiPiero designed the space with a neutral palette of reclaimed wood tables and leather chairs, interspersing pops of plum, mixed textiles, and fur throws.

Photos by Claire Esparros

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Artwork by Anna Moller
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Artwork by Katrine Hildebrandt-Hussey
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Artwork by Erin Lynn Welsh
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“Aiming for the venn diagram space between practical and beautiful, we designed a home that let’s you crash on the couch and host legitimate cocktail parties.”

— Homepolish

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Artwork by Ryan James MacFarland
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Artwork by Dolly Faibyshev
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Artwork by Colleen Ho
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“Colleen Ho's 'Ripped Paper Drawings' employ a meditative process of texturing the paper with a needle and thumbtack repeatedly, leaving a delicate, tactile relief to the surface.”

— Tze Chun

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Artwork by Bo Kim
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Artwork by Anna Moller
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Artwork by Amelia Midori Miller
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Artwork by Ryan James MacFarland
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“Whether subtle shifts in pattern caused by wind blowing across the surface of a lake, or the heavy chop of a bay as high tide approaches, [Ryan James MacFarland's] triptych explores the disparity between the visible and symbolic strength of water and the invisible powers that control it.”

— Charles Bank Gallery

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Artwork by Ryan James MacFarland
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Artwork by Erin Lynn Welsh
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Artwork by Ryan James MacFarland
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Artwork by Ryan James MacFarland
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“MacFarland takes snapshots of friends, animals, nature, and water to understand and reveal his and our roles as people and what separates us from animals and from each other.”

— Merge Gallery

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Artwork by Amelia Midori Miller
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Artwork by Dolly Faibyshev
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Artwork by Amelia Midori Miller
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Artwork by Colleen Ho and Amelia Midori Miller
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“A subtle painting that shows an obscured view of a landscape far away.”

— Amelia Midori Miller

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