When our friends at Lucy Harris Studio first visited this West Village duplex, they instantly knew they wanted to maintain the airy nature of the space by emphasizing clean lines and natural light. They turned to contemporary, classic pieces of furniture and highlighted the architectural lines with artwork by Millee Tibbs, Jen Wink Hays, and Franck Bohbot. Scroll on to see the full design.
Photos by Francesco Bertocci
“We mixed white clean-lined furniture with eclectic pieces that we sourced from Toronto to Iceland to create the perfect home for them.”
“The art provides some more color. Splashes of citrus hues and vivid blue kept the white from washing out the brightly daylit space.”
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