This beautiful Greenwich Village townhouse fits the bill perfectly for cozy autumn day. With traditional architectural features and a beautiful mix of both traditional and modern furniture pieces and art, it is both layered and dynamic while also feeling calm and soothing. Outfitted almost entirely in neutral tones in both the furniture and even art pieces - black, a multitude of white tones, warm wood and gold accents, there is an easy flow throughout the home.
A lot of times the prospect of setting up a gallery wall is a bit daunting - how to create an interesting collection of images that flow together well - this beautiful example demonstrates a great tip - make it easy by selecting just one colour palette - in this case, black white and neutral pieces to create a dynamic and impactful display that's not too jarring or distracting.
Open shelving in the kitchen create a big focal point and adds easy access and a casual feeling to the kitchen area.
Bright spots of colour in the bookcase and on the oversized inspiration board in the office space liven up the mostly neutral space.
A dramatic black wall (with a cool aged effect) and all white furniture and accents creates a soothing retreat.
Brass hardware, white subway tile and a black claw foot tub come together in a traditional bathroom with a modern edge.
Photos: Matthew Williams for Living Etc