Elizabeth's Triple Duty Space in the City

Elizabeth's Triple Duty Space in the City

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Aaron Able
Dec 8, 2009

Jewelry designer Elizabeth Lewis uses her approximately 700 square feet in Murray Hill as a showroom, work space and living area. The New York Times shows us how she does it…

The brownstone apartment has great bones and elegant details — elaborate decorative molding, a non-working fireplace, glass-paned pocket doors and high ceilings allow Elizabeth to keep the furnishings and accessories to a bare minimum and still have a beautiful space to live, work and show off her jewelry designs — Elizabeth Lewis Designs.

For Elizabeth's story and more pictures (she keeps her supplies in the un-used oven!) see The New York Times | The Art of Sparkle and slide show.

Image: ©2009 Chester Higgins Jr./The New York Times

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