The Upper East Side is often associated with the traditional design aesthetic of old New York. However, the interior design for this Upper East Side apartment, from The New Design Project, is a modern and welcomed departure from the norm. This young studio brings a fresh perspective and out-of-the-box approach to their work, and we love what they’ve come up with. From the unconventional wall art to the up-cycled bar stools and coffee table, this home is packed full of smart design that is both hip and elegant.
Featuring a predominantly neutral color palette, the home’s interior is surprisingly vibrant, and intelligent details are found on every wall and in every corner.
The white walls, furniture and kitchen cabinets make the small space feel open and airy. The kitchen’s efficient design allows for optimal storage space, and the contrasting vintage stools that adorn the kitchen bar add interest to the room’s overall design.
The bedroom is also painted white and again features simple yet strong design accents.
This young, hip studio seeks to reinvent original spaces for their clients that make the world a more interesting place to live, work and play. Their approach is anchored in the use of unconventional mixes of objects, influences and flavors that allow them to create richer, more joyous spaces. They focus on layering different styles and textures to create numerous focal points and a series of unique and unexpected moments within each space.
To see more work from this talented team, visit their website.
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Tags : The New Design Project
Neighborhoods : Upper East Side