Tim Nye's Colorful Striped Floor by Jim Lambie

New York Magazine

The colorful floor in Tim Nye's apartment is the work of Jim Lambie. Nye, the owner of Chelsea's Nyehaus gallery shares the top floor of this West Village brownstone with his 10-year old daughter and a pot-bellied pig. As the feature in New York Magazine points out — pigs are color-blind.

Like many of his other installations (see our list below), Jim Lambie’s colorfully striped floor is created using vinyl tape.

MORE JIM LAMBIE ON APARTMENT THERAPY
New York Magazine: Striped Floor
Stephanie's Jim Lambie-Inspired Kitchen
Colorful Vinyl Tape Striped Stairs by Jim Lambie
Jim Lambie's Wall Installation at The Museum of Fine Arts
Jim Lambie: A Great DIY Flooring Project at MoMA

For more pictures of Nye's colorful home — and Wally the pig! — see New York Magazine | Are Pigs Color-Blind?

Images: Jason Schmidt