With the renovations Mr. D and I have been making in anticipation of our little lamb, I’ve been obsessing over these two apartments that were featured in the New York Times Home and Garden section over the past few weeks.
Entrepreneur Frank Carfaro’s Greenwich Village studio is a study in efficiency meeting luxury. I love how the dark cabinets “disappear” into the floor, but the bright metal accents pop out, as do the lush velvets and leather. And who can resist that bright bathroom?
Aya Yamanouchi Lloyd redecorated her Boerum Hill home after the passing of her husband and turned it into this restful yet whimsical space. The French pied-a-terre aesthetic with the monochromatic walls and furniture pieces offset with hits of blues and purples and pinks just brings such lightness and femininity without being too girly.