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Luxury Living In Tribeca
Situated in Lower Manhattan is the trendy neighborhood Tribeca. Home to thousands of New Yorkers, this small community, originally named for "Triangle Below Canal Street", is now home to some of the city's most luxurious real estate. And it's where interior designers Virginia Toledo and Jessica Geller of the boutique firm, Toledo + Geller, worked on one of their most recent projects. The two transformed a two bedroom, two-and-a-half bath apartment, into a perfect family home... fit for luxury living.Continue to 2 of 12 below.
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Room With A View
Toledo and Geller were both inspired by the architectural details of the space, including the floor to ceiling windows and the apartment's view of the city. Surrounded by brick buildings, water towers, and industrial architecture, they used all of this and more as a source of inspiration for the home's decor. The style is a blend of New York industrial design, and a healthy mix of his and hers, with buttoned femininity married to a masculine laid back aesthetic.Continue to 3 of 12 below.
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The homeowners were a source of inspiration for the designers as well. The wife had been at Vogue, and throughout the interior, you can see bits of fashion-inspired decor, piles of sartorial books and framed photography with an editorial feel.Continue to 4 of 12 below.
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An Artsy Entrance
For him, a counterbalance, with tough and textured materials, worn wood and rough metals made their way into the space. Pieces of art like this framed portrait add a masculine feel to the interior.Continue to 5 of 12 below.
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While the apartment sports penthouse views of the city, the dining room feels completely down to earth. A solid custom dining table from The New Traditionalists centers the space. It's surrounded by a set of vintage dining chairs that have been refinished and recovered in a chic fabric from Designer's Guild. The unconventional pairing is a match made in heaven.Continue to 6 of 12 below.
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Just beyond the dining area, a stark white kitchen becomes the perfect place for preparing food for friends and family. Stainless steel appliances and granite countertops leave the space feeling thoroughly modern.Continue to 7 of 12 below.
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A Cozy Master
The master bedroom is comfortable and cozy, grounded by a beautiful white alpaca rug from ABC Carpet & Home. In addition, luxurious elements have been brought in from some of New York's top design brands, including shagreen nightstands from Made Goods and table lamps from Circa Lighting. The result is a master enveloped in glamorous style.Continue to 8 of 12 below.
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Layering On The Texture
The designers layered the master bedroom in texture. While the bed is topped with oversized fur pillows, the platform frame is rough-hewn, with a reclaimed feel. The mix of materials is another way of balancing the masculine and feminine style present in the home.Continue to 9 of 12 below.
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Statement walls are a feature in this home, as white walls have been transformed with textured designs. In the bedroom, we have a showstopper, with walls covered in a tone-on-tone cream wallpaper that feels both rugged and luxurious all at once. Statement walls can also be spotted in the living room where silver grasscloth has been used to bounce around the natural light that streams into the apartment throughout the day.Continue to 10 of 12 below.
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The nursery is home to it's very own statement walls. Wood wallpaper has been used to give the effect of wood paneling in the nursery, creating a warm environment. The space is filled with nautical elements as well, including the attention-grabbing surfer mural just behind the crib.Continue to 11 of 12 below.
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Colorful details make the nursery feel young and vibrant, from a bright red Persian rug to unique art, like the skateboard that has been hung on the wall. Drapery in shades of yellow, red and green complete the vibrant color story.Continue to 12 of 12 below.
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A Modern Child's Room
To keep things modern in the nursery, Toledo and Geller brought in a changing table from ducduc, the place for modern, eco-friendly children's furnishings. The table is also a contrast to the dark wood wallpaper that's a perfect backdrop in the space. Topped with a few of baby's favorite toys, it's a special place for a little one to grow.