The one and only New York interior designer Thomas Britt knows exactly how to create a stunning interior better than anyone. So, the Tribeca Residence we’re about to show was no exception, since the interior designer knew what to do with the industrial building, by adding luxury lighting designs and giving “an Adrian kind of feeling”.
“My goal was to make a chic, 21st-century home for a young international couple,” Britt said. He created the illusion of architecture, emphasized unconventional color combinations, and mixed contemporary art with lacquered antiques.
He also knew how to add a light touch to a room. In the entrance, you can find a pair of French 1940s plaster “iceberg” lamps on it.
Britt’s treatment of the vast double-height living room is especially fresh. The crisp palette is set up by the 22-foot-tall white draperies with an enormous swag trimmed in red. An overscale white Murano glass chandelier towers over a white sofa, red barrel chairs and a red-and-white carpet. Could it be more unique?
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The luxurious master suite is equally glamorous but in a more Adrian, 1940s Hollywood fashion, with silver-leafed walls, blue-and-silver draperies and silver floor lamps (an original Britt design).
The guest room is “dramatic and colorful,” comments Britt, who chose a vibrant antique dhurrie for the space and enclosed the divan with shimmering blue draperies. The black-lacquered commodes are Louis XVI style. Low tables inlaid with mother-of-pearl are Britt designs.
All in all, what has really caught our eye were the unusual chandeliers and luxurious floor lamps mixed with a red-and-white patterned palette, transforming this unique place into one of the most refined residences of New York.
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