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Peaceful and Elegant Apartment Designed by 152 Elizabeth Located in New York, USA

By • Jun 9, 2017

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If there’s something reflected by this apartment, it’s a sense of peace and tranquility. Its elegantly decorated spaces have been created to inspire these feelings and create a place in which to rest and relax after a long day of work.

The project was undertaken by the architectural firm 152 Elizabeth and is located in the Nolita district of the city of New York, USA. Its living room is done in pastel colors, and has been decorated with sober furnishings and blinds that allow the passage of light into the space. A soft and neutral color palette has been employed in the décor, as well as a variety of textures that have created a carefree and comfortable space that is cozy at the same time.

First apartment in Tadao 01 850x1275 Peaceful and Elegant Apartment Designed by 152 Elizabeth Located in New York, USA
First apartment in Tadao 02 850x504 Peaceful and Elegant Apartment Designed by 152 Elizabeth Located in New York, USA
Beautiful living room in a pastel color palette
Beautiful living room in a pastel color palette

The kitchen is done in brown marble, very elegant and of excellent quality, alongside dark wood finishes, and with a slight retro tone that makes a perfect combination with the dining room, which itself has its own beautiful retro-style wooden chairs.

Kitchen done in wood with a brown marble countertop
Kitchen done in wood with a brown marble countertop
Kitchen done in wood with a brown marble countertop

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Kitchen and dining room in wood

Beautiful wooden planks cover the floors – the same wood that has been used for some of the walls in the Master bedroom.

Bedroom in light tones

The second bedroom, done predominantly in light colors, has a glass door that connects it to the bathroom, which is done in a dazzling white.

Master bedroom in brown tones
Master bedroom in brown tones
Bathroom
Bathroom in white with bathtub

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