$5M renovated Tribeca loft is a veritable showcase of super-hot decorating trends

Posted On Thu, March 16, 2017 By

Posted On Thu, March 16, 2017 By In Cool Listings, Interiors, Tribeca

Besides being a gorgeous light-filled three-bedroom (with room for a fourth) corner loft in trendy Tribeca, this $4.95 million condominium at 161 Hudson Street is, as the listing puts it, “the epitome of chic downtown style.” Unobstructed sky views, sound-proof windows, central HVAC, a laundry room and a gracious layout with bedrooms on opposite sides for privacy are part of the infrastructure. But when it comes to fixtures, finishes, materials and design, the 2,315-square-foot loft is a perfect opportunity to see today’s top decorating trends–all in one place.

161 Hudson Street, condos, cool listings, Tribeca, interiors, decorating trends

Let’s start with wide-plank Brazilian walnut flooring, as it’s everywhere, then take a look at the enormous corner great room with open views, soaring ceilings, and original columns. Built-in bench crafted from vintage wood? Painted diagonal wall paneling? Custom-crafted copper pipe lighting? An open shelving unit that divides the dining and living areas? All trends present and accounted for.

161 Hudson Street, condos, cool listings, Tribeca, interiors, decorating trends

161 Hudson Street, condos, cool listings, Tribeca, interiors, decorating trends

Tucked into a corner are two work spaces; floor-to-ceiling cabinetry holds an entertainment system and extensive storage.

161 Hudson Street, condos, cool listings, Tribeca, interiors, decorating trends

Moving on to the kitchen we have white-glazed Dutch subway tiled walls (with black grout), open wood-slab shelves, encaustic tile flooring, an appliance garage and a modernist statement faucet (Vola, we think). Yup, all here. Also here are a perfectly nice Viking range and hood, a SubZero fridge, Poggenpohl cabinetry, a Miele dishwasher, microwave and espresso/cappuccino machine and a Gaggenau wine fridge. Adjacent is a convenient powder room/laundry room and, of course, more attractive millwork.

161 Hudson Street, condos, cool listings, Tribeca, interiors, decorating trends

161 Hudson Street, condos, cool listings, Tribeca, interiors, decorating trends

The large master suite is truly a relaxing oasis–and possibly the best trend collection yet: Walls clad in reclaimed wood planks? Check. George Nelson bubble light? Check. Shower with steel-framed casement doors? Check. Slate hex tile flooring? Check. Moody blue-painted accents? Check! Also here are lots of custom closets and remote controlled blackout shades.

161 Hudson Street, condos, cool listings, Tribeca, interiors, decorating trends

161 Hudson Street, condos, cool listings, Tribeca, interiors, decorating trends

161 Hudson Street, condos, cool listings, Tribeca, interiors, decorating trends

On the opposite side of the loft there are two additional generously-sized bedrooms with ample closet space and a large second bath. A quick inventory finds subway tile walls, slate hex tiles, a vintage-style cast iron console sinkand  lacquer-painted glass storage cabinets (conspicuously missing: free-standing tub).  On-trend though it all may be, we really couldn’t see getting tired of it anytime soon.

161 Hudson Street, condos, cool listings, Tribeca, interiors, decorating trends

Built in 1930, the boutique elevator condominium building offers a part-time doorman, full-time super and a common roof deck.

[Listing: 161 Hudson Street, Unit 2B by Joshua Wesoky for Compass]

[At CityRealty.com]

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Images courtesy of Compass.

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