Listing photos by Shannon Dupree with DD Reps
If HGTV’s “Hometown” series did NYC apartments, we bet this is what you could expect. The small–but amazingly priced–Soho one-bedroom expertly mixes country and contemporary styles to create a chic and convenient home. The co-op is located at 110 Thompson Street and is asking $595,000.
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Photo credit: Nick Glimenakis for Yesim Ak, Compass
Norwegian model and entrepreneur Sophia Lie stayed true to her roots when outfitting her NYC residence. Located at the co-op 110 Thompson Street and recently listed for 625,000, the alcove studio is described as a “Scandinavian sanctuary in Soho,” and we can’t disagree. From the pale color scheme to the simple built-ins to the minimalist furniture, everything about the fifth-floor mini-loft screams hygge-chic, and if you’re feeling this vibe, it’s available fully furnished.
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Other than “expensive,” (at $5,000 for a diminutive studio), we really can’t think of a better description for this clean and cozy pad than hygge, the Scandinavian super-meme that has recently been sweeping the lifestyle and interiors world. Pronounced “hoo-guh,” and defined as “a concept, originating in Denmark, of creating cosy and convivial atmospheres that promote wellbeing,” it pretty much sums up this sweet studio at 110 Thompson Street.
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