Our new building was completed in 1946, so it has a little bit of a pre-war, mid-century feeling (though there is nothing architecturally interesting about it at all). Both my husband and I find ourselves feeling that some of the antique/traditional pieces we bought for our last apartment don't feel quite right for this new one. Plus, some of them just don't fit the space.
I'm also hoping to apply my aspirations to live with less to our decor. We got rid of a ton of stuff pre-move, which felt great, but I think there will be even more to go as we settle in here. Right now it feels so good to be in this space that is much less cluttered than our old one.
Remodelista book. To me, it's the perfect modern home: It's light, open and spare, yet also lived-in and full of personality.
slideshow on Refinery29.
virtual tour on Architectural Digest's site.
click on Gramercy Park Apartment to see more of this lovely space.
a full house tour on Remodelista, if you're curious to see more.
Want to see more inspiration? Check out my Pinterest board for the apartment's decor.