Friday, June 3, 2011


Nina Freudenberger owns Haus Interior, a full service interior design business. While working on this Manhattan apartment, Freudenberger separated large living spaces into zones.  Using wallpaper, paint, and furniture groupings, the designer made each room feel unique.  ENJOY!

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The enchanted home said...

Pretty spaces with a masculine vibe. Love that trellis brown carpet in what looks to be the study..fabulous!

Luciane at said...

Hello Teresa,

How are you doing?

Lovely post!

I hope you enjoy your weekend!


Luciane at

Anonymous said...

lots of pattern and texture, really brings out the unique elements of these rooms...
love the color palette as well...


Dovecote Decor said...

It is always interesting to see how people with choppy houses open them up, and how those with wide open spaces enclose them. I think this treatment hit the perfect chord. I hope your daughter gets back to Paris. My girls were just there as well and loved it.

katiedid said...

Love this home! I can never get enough of seeing interesting mixes of furniture, art and accessories.

Julie at Belle Vivir said...

Love the wallpaper in the bedroom.

Have a great weekend Teresa!

quintessence said...

Beautiful! Love her clean aesthetic!

Carla@DesignintheWoods said...

There's such a nice graphic quality to these spaces. That tv area looks like a great place to spend the weekend!

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