Living Room & Bedroom, Beacon NY
This Condo was completely furnished by the designers with vintage and new furniture and decor sourced from a variety of Hudson Valley sources, on a tight 30-day deadline.
A vintage 1940s wood and enamel kitchen table opens to seat up to eight and is paired with modern modified Windsor chairs. Drapes are a 1950s vintage find. The artwork is Japanese.
A mix of casual, comfortable new furnishings and locally sourced vintage pieces, including a 1930’s burlwood secretary, arts and craft chair and a rare, full set of original Rorschach tests framed and hung in clinical order, proved a delightful mix for this NYC power couple’s weekend condo.
A set of hand-painted Italian twin beds, (pulled out of an estate sale barn and refurbished by the design team, and the 1950s vintage Dupioni silk striped drapes meld different styles and eras to set the romantic and curated tone in the couple’s get-away bedroom.
An oversized oil portrait circa 1950 and an alabaster lamp on an antique birch burlwood desk make a perfect spot for writing and taping a weekly philosophy podcast.
A group of estate sale porcelain ephemera and a softly colorful acrylic painting help tone the serious feel of an antique, hand-painted, French burlwood highboy.
The designer highlighted this couple’s quirky yet elegant taste for antiques with a judicious mix of high/low art and accessories including this Frank Zappa concert poster and thrift store tribal East Indian silk pillow.
A vintage Frank Zappa and the Mother’s of invention poster mingle with antique portraits, meaningful family art, and funky finds to add layers of dimension and highlight the owners’ personalities in this condo.