Jarret and his team completed the project in a speedy 3 months, and the homeowner returned to a completely transformed space. Jarret wanted the space to have a modern, multicultural aesthetic, and be functional as well as beautiful. To that end, he created a custom sofa, whose low back doubles as extra seating during parties and informal visits. The new cabinetry in the kitchen was created by a local furniture maker, and the stone countertops are made in Brooklyn.
The coffee table is vintage, a nice counterpart to the sleek lines of the couch.
A sleeping niche makes for a 'bedroom', even in a studio apartment. The bed is a custom design; curtains are from West Elm. To see more of this project, including the studio's new kitchen, check out the remodel on TheSweeten. (Images: TheSweeten)