Suchi Reddy of Reddymade Design has an impressive portfolio of modern residences in the New York area. She's become an expert at creating comfortable, personality-filled homes that overcome the challenges that New York City apartments often present. Here, we've gathered a few of our favorite moments from her work. Look out for Reddy's tips on crafting modern interiors in our March 2015 issue, on newsstands soon.
For a 1,500-square-foot condo in the Meatpacking District, Reddy reconfigured the space to merge the kitchen, dining room, and living room into an open-plan arrangment. In the kitchen, the island unit is a modular piece by USM with a Vermont Black slate countertop. The Harry Bertoia stools are from Design Within Reach. The backsplash features Delft tiles, and the stove and range is Bertazzoni.
A Nelson Ball Clock and subway sign decorate one hallway.
Panton chairs from Vitra adorn the guest bedroom and office.
In the Tribeca penthouse of a young bachelor, Reddymade Design kept most of the space intact, focusing on adding bright and appealing furniture and materials. Tropicalia chairs from Moroso surround an El Dom table from Cassina. The pendant is from Petite Friture.
Reddy swapped out the spiral iron staircase for a modern wood one protected by glass walls.
The master bedroom has a sitting area with a Twilight sofa from Design Within Reach and Noguchi's Prismatic tables from Vitra. The pillows are upholstered with Missoni's Kew fabric.
For a West Village family home, Reddy used a palette of reclaimed oak, bleached wood floors, blonde millwork, and white plaster. "My directive was to create something very comfortable, calm, textural, and modern,” she explains. “It’s a space where you want to linger." An ExoFly pendant by Laurent Massaloux hangs above a custom WRK dining table surrounded by Morph side chairs by Zeitraum.
The library features a Mongolian wool rug from Niba and a pair of modular plastic Pop chairs by Piero Lissoni and Carlos Tamborini for Kartell.