My New York Apartment Tour

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THE WEST VILLAGE

New York City

My apartment in the Village is my sanctuary from the bustling city below. It's also the place I moved into when my last relationship ended, so making it feel warm, welcoming, and most of all - new - felt really important when decorating. I needed it to look and feel different than before, a place to make happy memories as I took a step forward with my life.

I got rid of practically everything I owned when I moved in search of that fresh start, and was lucky enough to be able to rely on my wonderful friends at AllModern to help me figure out all the new pieces I'd need (for a second time in NYC no less). If you're looking to furnish your home with stylish, well-made pieces quickly, AllModern is my absolute go-to destination. They have an endless supply of chic, affordable pieces for pulling a place together in a flash. I needed, and they really delivered.

With this apartment, I wanted the vibe to feel light and accessible - like you'd feel comfortable snuggling up on the couch rather than being nervous to walk on the carpet. I wanted understated mid-century touches, tons of plants, and for everything to feel quite uncluttered. And with that, I'll open the front door and welcome you in to my cozy, West Village apartment!


Obsessed with this Azemmour Woven Armchair

Obsessed with this Azemmour Woven Armchair

This corner in my living room, accessible right after you walk through the hallway near my front entrance, holds a special place in my heart. I love the combination of textures and colors between the Azemmour Woven Armchair, rattan cabinet, and glass mirror (here's a nice option that's similar to mine). The cabinet is one of the few pieces I've held on to for years - it actually came from Los Angeles with me to NYC in early 2012. I love it, even though one of the doors doesn't close all the way anymore. A New York apartment at heart, I get dressed most often in this corner of my house. Every room has many functions! :)



An enormous, cozy couch was a MUST-HAVE for my new apartment. I'm a sucker for Netflix and chilling, what can I say? The lovely rug is from ABC Home and unfortunately I can't find a link for you. Just like in my corner, I wanted to combine different textures to create warmth. The soft rug pairs really well with the almost blush-colored couch, and I love the dimension the coffee table adds.

Next to the couch on one side I added a marble side-table (another piece I've held onto for a while, also from ABC Home) and this lovely "Coast + Peak" Print for a modern look and feel. I'm also obsessed with Byredo and have their candles, perfume, and soaps sprinkled throughout my house.

Next to the couch is my dining area, a rarity in smaller New York apartments. I could have extended the sitting area of my living room to include a love seat or additional chairs, but because I love to cook and entertain at home, a dining room table was high on my list. I fell in love with the Lars Dining Table from AllModern! The white top and light, wooden base make it feel timeless and I paired it with navy chairs from West Elm to round out the area.

My Blue Cactus :P

My Blue Cactus :P

Let there be light!

Let there be light!

I needed a good looking TV stand because I spend a lot of time in front of mine so I went with this white number from Blu Dot (I also have a different version/different color in my bedroom). I love the legs on this piece and the little grates on the door so I can keep the stand closed and change the channel without moving. Remember the days when you had to physically turn the nob on the television to change the channel? We're REALLY LIVING in 2017 you guys.

Now, want a quick peek into my bathroom before heading into my bedroom?

 

A huge reason I got this apartment was for the bathtub. I love the color, the depth, everything! It's so relaxing in there after a long day in the city.

Let's hit the sheets now - it's bedroom time!

 

I'm a tiny person who loves a king-sized bed. I was lucky enough to find an apartment with a bedroom big enough to cater to my silly needs and so what was I to do except shove a king in here? My bed has a low-profile and fits the space really nicely. It comes out farther on all sides than the mattress does though, so watch your shins! The side tables have come along with me throughout the years and though I toyed over getting rid of them, I made the decision to let 'em stay. 

The orange paint print just visible on the floor is available here, and the photograph of the leaves above my bed is right here!

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My bedroom TV stand by Blu Dot (don't mind the reflection of the AC in the TV)

My bedroom TV stand by Blu Dot (don't mind the reflection of the AC in the TV)

Another Blu Dot TV stand sits in my bedroom, this one in Walnut. This piece is quite large AND heavy so I'd highly recommend having the AllModern delivery team bring this one in and set it up. Trust me on this one.

I also get compliments on my television all the time - it's a Samsung Serif TV and it's NEATO.  Below are a few more touches from my TV stand.

On the left is the "After Sunset" print that I absolutely love, and on the right is a Vornado fan and Dyptique diffuser.


So, that's it for the peek inside my West Village apartment! I hope you guys like how I put everything together. It's really a sanctuary for me and I love being surrounded by pretty, understated items. Would love to hear what you think in the comments! 

XO