A Lush Wallcovering Brings the Feeling of Nature Into This Tiny New York Apartment

A Manhattan pied-à-terre provides a homey retreat for Canadians who frequently visit New York.
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When Vancouver residents Dale Steele and Dan Nguyen began looking for a pied-à-terre in New York, they were intent on finding a home away from home, not just an impersonal stand-in for a hotel room. "Even though it wouldn’t be our primary residence, we really wanted to have a place that felt like us," says Dale, a physician. "When we saw places, we’d think, yes, we could live here, but it wouldn’t be a home." 

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