A Family-Friendly New York City Apartment

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May 9, 2013
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  When two actors purchased their West Village abode, it came with a 180-degree view of the Hudson River—and a frenetic series of odd angles and partitioned-off spaces. Designer Suchi Reddy renovated the interiors, keeping the bank of windows unobstructed while folding in a fleet of modern furnishings and built-ins. “My directive was to create something very comfortable, calm, textural, and modern,” explains Reddy, who used a palette of reclaimed oak, bleached wood floors, blonde millwork, and white plaster. “It’s a space where you want to linger,” she says.An ExoFly pendant by Laurent Massaloux hangs above a custom WRK dining table surrounded by Morph side chairs by Zeitraum and a banquette covered in Glant’s Liquid Leather.  Photo by: Ball & Albanese

    When two actors purchased their West Village abode, it came with a 180-degree view of the Hudson River—and a frenetic series of odd angles and partitioned-off spaces. Designer Suchi Reddy renovated the interiors, keeping the bank of windows unobstructed while folding in a fleet of modern furnishings and built-ins. “My directive was to create something very comfortable, calm, textural, and modern,” explains Reddy, who used a palette of reclaimed oak, bleached wood floors, blonde millwork, and white plaster. “It’s a space where you want to linger,” she says.

    An ExoFly pendant by Laurent Massaloux hangs above a custom WRK dining table surrounded by Morph side chairs by Zeitraum and a banquette covered in Glant’s Liquid Leather.

    Photo by: Ball & Albanese

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  The kitchen system and rolling island are by Henrybuilt.  Photo by: Ball & Albanese

    The kitchen system and rolling island are by Henrybuilt.

    Photo by: Ball & Albanese

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  Mex sofas by Cassina and Fat Fat-Lady Fat tables from B&B Italia are grouped in the living room.  Photo by: Ball & Albanese

    Mex sofas by Cassina and Fat Fat-Lady Fat tables from B&B Italia are grouped in the living room.

    Photo by: Ball & Albanese

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  For the library, Reddy paired a vibrant Mongolian wool rug from Niba with a pair of modular plastic Pop chairs by Piero Lissoni and Carlos Tamborini for Kartell.  Photo by: Ball & Albanese

    For the library, Reddy paired a vibrant Mongolian wool rug from Niba with a pair of modular plastic Pop chairs by Piero Lissoni and Carlos Tamborini for Kartell.

    Photo by: Ball & Albanese

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  The kids' playroom features built-in storage and a Fly pendant from Design Within Reach. Reddy purchased the mural from World Maps Online and the small table and chairs from Igloo Play.  Photo by: Ball & Albanese

    The kids' playroom features built-in storage and a Fly pendant from Design Within Reach. Reddy purchased the mural from World Maps Online and the small table and chairs from Igloo Play.

    Photo by: Ball & Albanese

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  Ligne Roset's Exclusif sofa offers a plush perch in the family room. A B&B Italia table rests atop a rug by Mat.  Photo by: Ball & Albanese

    Ligne Roset's Exclusif sofa offers a plush perch in the family room. A B&B Italia table rests atop a rug by Mat.

    Photo by: Ball & Albanese

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  A palette of soothing hues creates a calm mood in the bedroom. The wallcoverings are from Innvironments, the bedcoverings are from Deborah Sharpe Linens, the curtains are Manuel Canovas and purchased from Cowan & Tout, and the candelabra is by John-Paul Philippe through the Cristina Grajales Gallery.  Photo by: Ball & Albanese

    A palette of soothing hues creates a calm mood in the bedroom. The wallcoverings are from Innvironments, the bedcoverings are from Deborah Sharpe Linens, the curtains are Manuel Canovas and purchased from Cowan & Tout, and the candelabra is by John-Paul Philippe through the Cristina Grajales Gallery.

    Photo by: Ball & Albanese

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  The Henrybuilt kitchen conforms to the apartment's oddly angled walls.  Photo by: Ball & Albanese

    The Henrybuilt kitchen conforms to the apartment's oddly angled walls.

    Photo by: Ball & Albanese

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