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The details, the finishing touches of decor and Mother Nature reveal a quiet confident sophistication about a living space as exemplified in a duplex co-op on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan.
Interior designer Garrow Kedigian was given the task of transforming the 5000 square foot home into a modern, yet classic living space for his client who had relocated from Hollywood, and complete the task he most certainly did. Of course it was the kitchen that initially caught my eye as I was perusing through House Beautiful‘s December 2017/January 2018 issue, but then I continued to fall in love.
With the combining of new and old (the above chair was found at a Paris flea market), classic white walls (painted in Benjamin Moore’s Patriotic White) paired with newly upholstered sofas and aubergine painted niches flanking the stone fireplace, the balance is precise and subtle, fitting with the city in which the home is located, but also adding a few subtle west coast touches of flare.
Making necessary structural changes in order to enlarge the kitchen, Kedigian took out walls that had originally created a breakfast nook, a work room and a staff room, to create a space to nestle in a classic La Cornue stove and opening living space into the dining and family rooms.
But again, it is the details and knowing what to do with the space that creates a moment of awe for guests and a permanent state of comfort for the resident. Be sure to tour the entire home here and discover all of the details in each room.
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