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Reddymade Design | Morton Street

Interiors Reddy Made Design | Morton Street

Reddy Made Design | Morton StreetThe project is a 4,146 square feet corner condo in the West Village with a wrap-around terrace that has commanding views of downtown New York, as well as the Hudson River and New Jersey. The clients are a married couple working in the entertainment industry, with two young boys. Because of their previous collaborations with the couple, Reddymade Design had good insight into what the family envisioned for their home.

Reddy Made Design | Morton Street

Reddy Made Design | Morton StreetThe family wanted a space that was clean and minimal, yet warm and inviting. This challenging balance is achieved through textures and furnishings. Rift-washed oak is used on all millwork, while luxurious cotton and linen are predominant in the furniture. Durable Chilewich flooring is found in the public corridors, complemented by warm bleached wood flooring in the adjacent rooms. The Seagrass wallcovering is applied in the master bedroom for its subtle texture.

Reddy Made Design | Morton Street

Reddy Made Design | Morton Street

Reddy Made Design | Morton StreetThe use of furniture and accessories helps to define each space – the dining area, living area, study, family room, and bedrooms. Each room has a distinct personality, which are pleasantly harmonious with each other.

Reddy Made Design | Morton Street

Reddy Made Design | Morton StreetThe color palette is neutral with pops of color, to add interest. Artwork by Jason Middlebrook, and Ed Ruscha reside on the walls to create depth in the space. Accessories were carefully selected from Cristina Grajales Gallery.

Location: 1 Morton Square, 100 Morton St, New York, USA
Designer: Reddymade Design
Photos: Ball & Albanese 
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