New York’s trendsetters live and play among the cobblestoned streets of Tribeca. Here, alongside historic townhouses and high-rise luxury, you’ll find a home that timelessly fuses the clean lines of a 19th century warehouse with mid-century modern pieces.
Your hostess at Washington Street 3 fits in seamlessly with the well-heeled crowd that rules these streets. She’s a French lady of fashion, bringing her flair to this former warehouse which she shares with her family.
The living room that they’ve created is a portrait of restrained chic. Here, honey-coloured wooden floorboards and original hardwood beams are the foil to furnishings that take their cues from the Sixties. The graceful arch of an Arco lamp, the modern lines of Eames molded dining chairs, and a rough concrete coffee table make easy work of living the haute life.
The glossy kitchen is equally impeccable, equipped with serious firepower in its stainless steel appliances as well as good looks. And you can breakfast around the kitchen’s island, or sojourn to the teak dining table for a more formal affair.
In addition to the wonderful main living space, there’s a study, a colourful bedroom for the boys, and the sultry master bedroom.Google+