February 7, 2023

Children’s room by JDK Interiors at the Brooklyn Heights Designer Showhouse

Candy Coated Desires is the apt title that Jenny Dina Kirschner of JDK Interiors selected for her fantastical children’s space, and certainly, the broad mural backdropping the staggered customized upholstered headboard that stretches the entire wall conjures a massive and old-fashioned lollipop in swirls of yellow, blue, inexperienced, and pink. Hand-painted by Adam Sultan, the artwork is “inspired by childhood memories” of the circus, cotton candy, and carousel rides, Kirschner shares, and “the final objective was to evoke pure joy.” At the exact same time, the mural maximizes place, cloaking the walls and lower ceilings that Kirschner knew “would have to be addressed as one particular outrageously distinctive factor.”

Household business and den by A-Record Interiors

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Dwelling workplace and den by A-Record Interiors at Vacation Dwelling NYC

Throughout the working day, it’s an business office, but at night this place morphs into a den. At all times, it is classy with an Previous-Planet Italian sense, thanks to objects this kind of as a Murano mirror and a credenza topped in Calacatta Viola marble. “Unlike a large house outside the house of the city, we don’t ordinarily have the luxury of different spaces for a study and a den in a Manhattan apartment,” clarifies A-Record Interiors founder Anelle Gandelman of her choice to style and design a seamless multi-intent room for the penthouse. The wallpaper, with its pattern of sweeping cypress trees, “visually expands the small footprint of the place,” Gandelman suggests. The terra-cotta Venetian plaster exudes a “warmth that sets the phase for the intimacy we made,” irrespective of whether it be to get the job done on the notebook or savor a cocktail.

Laundry space by Noel Pittman Structure