Wednesday, September 28, 2011

DESIGN IN MANHATTAN ~ NINA SEIRAFI AND TIMOTHY ARCHAMBAULT

Interior designer Nina Seirafi and architect Timothy Archanbault renovated and decorated this 1990’s loft, changing it into a comfortable home for a couple and their children.  The home, directly across the street from the former World Trade Center, is reflected in the glass of the newly constructed building that is exactly where the buildings were.

The gray floors and walls work beautifully with the Art Nouveau Vienna Secession furnishing and artwork.  ENJOY!






Teresa
xoxo
Elle Décor October 2011

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9 comments :

Renée Finberg said...

every time you post anything about mnhattan-
i wanna go home!!

xx

Meta Musings said...

all soooo beautiful! the boiserie in the first image is just stunning! xx

parisapartment said...

Absolutely flawless as usual!

eclecticrevisited said...

elegant and sophisticated yet comfortable and relaxing..such a beautiful space..
best,
maureen

HAMPTON HOSTESS said...

great style great post Teresa--love the living room but I couldn't sit on that chair!

Kim@Chattafabulous said...

Love the modern edge here, especially in the artwork above the bed!

Carla@DesignintheWoods said...

Love the eggplant color with gold and the high ceilings. Fabulous bookcases! Such beautiful wood.

Debby said...

GORGEOUS I love the color scheme in the first room and bits of lavender. Thanks so much for the sweet bday wishes!! xo

Lisa said...

Such a handsome library and feminine bedroom! The way it used to always be. Kind of looks like old Hollywood. That kitchen makes me a bit nervous though...it would take me forever to remember what was behind door number 8 or 11.
Great to visit with you Teresa!
Xo Lisa

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