Carnegie Hill Apartment

This Carnegie Hill three bedroom apartment is a comfortable yet well-considered space for a young family of five. A highly curated mix of furniture by European designers and American craftspeople is elevated without being fussy — reflecting the occupants’ affinity for warm, contemporary minimalism with an emphasis on honest materials and timeless shapes.

Ronen Lev Living room Full Screen

A Matthiessen Console table by Richard Wrightman separates the dining and living areas.

Breakfast Nook Full Screen

The eat-in kitchen is furnished with Wishbone chairs by Hans Wegner and a Saarinen dining table from Knoll.

Ronen Lev Living Room Full Screen

A CH25 chair, designed by Hans Wegner for Carl Hansen & Son in 1950, sits in the living room.

orley shabahang persian carpet Full Screen

An authentic Persian carpet from Orley Shabahang is updated with a contemporary design.

Ronen Lev Dining Room with Serge Mouile light Full Screen

Richard Wrightman chairs and Wildspirit chairs from Lepere surround a table by Christian Liaigre in the dining area. The photographs are by Massimo Vitali.

Master Bedroom by Ronen Lev Full Screen

A custom designed bed with BDDW side tables, Vitsoe shelving and a chair by Matthew Hilton.

Childrens Playroom Full Screen

The playroom is furnished with a Knoll Womb chair by Eero Saarinen and the Vertical Mini Library from Oeuf.

Ronen Lev Entry Foyer Full Screen

The walnut console in the foyer was custom made by Casey Dzierlenga to fit perfectly in a nook. The wall-mounted Afteroom coat hangers are from Menu

PhotographyNicole Franzen

StylingKatja Greef

Features: New York Times 

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