Eclectic Cabin Aesthetics In Downtown Manhattan

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In our Space of Mind article, we described how much cabin aesthetics were rising to find peace and a warm surrounding. This woodwork apartment was a raw white canvas when textile designer Emily Adams Bode and Aaron Aujla first moved in with no walls, designated rooms, or electrical installations. The idea of making it look lived and full of history …

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A Victorian townhouse in New York

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This five- storey townhouse in New York City from the late 19th century is for me the house of the views. It has been restored now after having been used for rental apartments, and at some point a clumsy renovation had converted the parlour and ground floors into a single flat with a 'messy' layout. It appears that Victorian mouldings still exist in …

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