Monday, November 15, 2010

Miles Redd's New York City Townhome

Recently, I did a post on sofas and couches that Miles Redd has used
in his designs.  The subject of this post is Miles Redd's own New York
City town home.  What a fantastic facade don't you think?  Superchic 
with monotone paint, striped awnings and European style shutters that
frame the outside of all the windows.

The door is painted in a very pretty Robin's Egg sort of blue.

This kitchen has got to be one of the most ogled kitchens on the web.
And of course, it belongs to none other than Miles Redd.  I'm not even
a fan of black kitchens and I'm in complete awe of this one.  Lacquered
black walls and cabinets with a unique countertop material - glass.  It's
not very practical but it sure is unique.  I bet it made you look twice.  The
flooring is gorgeous as are the lamps he used under the cabinets. 

State of the art appliances including a TV monitor built in.

A look from above those glass countertops.

Miles always pays special attention to doors and these zebra covered 
doors with nail head trimming is no different.  Super fun and chic.
 Here's that gorgeous crimson tufted corner sectional I just drool over.

It makes one at least consider pink as a paint color 
even if one has never considered it before.

Here's a beautiful photo of Miles REdd's bedroom.
A picture that captures a gorgeous mood.

The same bedroom with Miles Redd on his own bed.  
I love that he tufted the headboard all the way to the top.


The bedroom leads to a completely mirrored dressing room and bathroom.

Talk about stepping into a fantasy.  You'd probably imagine a dressing
like this would belong to an old Hollywood silent film star. 

 You can see the sink and vanity from here and the marble encased 
bath tub in the mirror opposite of the vanity.  Totally over the top.
I'm not entirely sure I could live in a room covered entirely in 
mirrors but it's a cool room to check out.

When it comes to Miles REdd's outdoor space, it is absolutely
like a dream - straight out of a fantasy.  I love the color palette
and all of the things he has done with it.


Simply amazing with the turquoise Trompe-l'oeil trellis which is 
out of this world.  The black and white harlequin patterend floors
really finishes the space off.
Photos from New York Social Diary, 
New York Times, Domino and Miles REdd's site.


Lila said...

That's an amazing home. I think I'm in love with the front door. I don't know what it is about Robin's Egg Blue but, it just warms my heart!
Lila Ferraro

M.Kate said...

I am drooling over the kitchen and that bed...oooh..I can stay there forever.

{COZAMIA} said...

What an incredible place, so much to look at! Thanks for sharing...

andrew1860 said...

I love the Classical front of this home.

Splenderosa said...

His kitchen is a dream. I just posted on the cover of Veranda magazine, which is his's a gorgeous entry hall...hop over to check it out. He's a brilliant designer with a hallmark all his own. xx's

VICTORIA said...

Inspirational Images! The designs,the interiors are Stunning!the black kitchen is to die for ! so is the bedroom...I love everything about the spaces!SO Fabulous!truly jobs well done. :)

Chic 'n Cheap Living said...

The kitchen is out of this world and a total inspiration! I'm definitely saving the image and posting it in my worthy reads roundup.

Dovecote Decor said...

I loved this post. I usually post them on facebook. Would you come over and follow little us? I'm a great fan of yours and would love a John Hancock.

Homan Rajai said...

I love the facade of his house. It went straight into my inspiration files. The awnings, the shutters and the molding on to p of each window... ahhhh!

And thanks for pointing out the doors. There is a lot of potential to be creative there.

Anthony said...

Hi! These are really good designs. I'm helping my wife search for some ideas and I stumbled upon this post. We have this NY-inspired houses in mind. We already contacted this St. Louis doors company which will help us in the renovation. We're just thinking we're to place the (St. Louis) gutters - at the back of the house or in front? We just like it to be less obvious.

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