An Author's New York Pied-à-terre

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Project by: Hilary Catterall
Location: New York, New York

New York designer Hilary Catterall worked with her author client to design a space on a budget in the hip Chelsea district. The client already had a great sofa and some art; Hilary weaved into the existing space some modern futon chairs, an engraved Morrocan-inspired coffee table, and the client's own heirloom chandelier.

From Hilary:

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Each area is multi-functional to maximize the use of space as the only other available space was the bedroom and bath. The main room serves as an office, living, dining, and guest space.

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The exposed brick and natural root ball offer touches of texture and naturalism that soften the hard lines of the modern upholstery.

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List of items used:

  • West Elm Parsons Desk, Desk Lamp and Mongolian Lamb Pillows
  • Circa Lighting Lotus Floor Lamp
  • Wisteria Coffee Table
  • Brocade Home Dining Table
  • Philippe Starck Louis Ghost Chair
  • Futon chairs from ABC Home
  • Room & Board Galbraith & Paul Mum Pillow
  • CB2 rug, C table, and Credenza

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Thanks, Hilary Catterall!

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(Image credits: Peter Margonelli)

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