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6 TYPE: residential SIZE: 2,000 square feet MAIN ROOMS: living room, dining room, kitchen, study, master suite With stunning views of New York City and a built-from-scratch design, the apartment clad in off-white, grey, and pale blue features elements from the 1820s to today. In the living room, an abstract painting by Edward Bekkerman creates the focal point over the long sofa, while the adjacent sitting area features a French floor lamp from the 1930s and a custom settee with a sexy curve reminiscent of the same era. The apartment is a collage of luxurious textures, from the custom hardwood floors, off-white and grey paper, and reflective Art Deco accessories, to the silver glass backsplash in the kitchen and the 1820s Biedermeier leopard-print bench in the entryway. In the more intimate study, pops of blue complement the Gavin Sewell original painting hung over the sofa. The master bathroom is clad in Italian marble and features a subtle wave pattern on the ceiling, while the guest bathroom is casually elegant with a round vanity and large expanses of ceramic tile. The master bedroom is awash in natural light and features romantic lavender accents, mirrored bedside tables, and a Murano vase perched atop a pedestal from the 1930s, providing the owners with a private place to rest in their elegant home. Photographs courtesy of Peter Margonelli Photography Caturla Design CONTEMPORARY ECLECTIC APARTMENT

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