Tribeca is the land of lofts, but we’ve never seen one quite like this before. You’ll find wood paneling, wood ceiling beams, just wood everywhere—even in the backyard—at this floor-through apartment, located in the 1915-era brick building 321 Greenwich Street (h/t Curbed). The building only has four units total, this one is located on the second floor.) It’s a ton of open space, 3,000 square feet to be exact, and it’s all quite unique. The living room, pictured above with its wood floors, wood ceiling, wooden beams and wood tables, only gives you a taste.
This is obviously an open floorplan, with the living room, dining room and kitchen all situated in one big space. Toward the back of the apartment, there are two bedrooms and the private patio. Wood kitchen cabinetry blends in with the rest of the decor. The lighting hanging above both the kitchen and into the living room is a refreshing detail amid the rest of the decor.
It looks like there are some interesting features hiding within the apartment. There’s some carved wood detailing above one of the entryways, and some crazy arched exposed brick in the bathroom. Even the toilet does not escape the wood.
The master bedroom has dramatic steps leading out onto the private patio. In here, the wood has to share the stage with the exposed brick.
And here’s a look at the patio… wood flooring, wood paneling on the brick, wooden planter boxes and a wood canopy above. It’s a beautiful space, but we’re feeling pretty wood-weary after all that.
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Photos courtesy of Town Residential
Neighborhoods : Tribeca