A Vibrant Apartment in Tribeca
By Magaly • Jun 20, 2013
This colorful apartment is located in Tribeca, a neighborhood of Lower Manhattan, New York.
Available as an alternative to a hotel stay, its interior is both fun and elegant, and it boasts of a stunning terrace with spectacular views over Manhattan.
A Vibrant Apartment in Tribeca:
“Get the scoop
This home’s as pretty as the city skyline. Overlooking chic and stylish Tribeca, where many of New York City’s big shots hunker down, you’re liable to lose your head over the curvy coffee tables, patterned sofas, banquettes and antique chaise lounges in rooms as luminous as a Hudson River sunset. If you use your noodle on the city streets you’ll make it back to the pad safe, where you can give in to the Big Sleep in the serene blue master bedroom, or wind down the day by taking in the glorious Manhattan skyline on the roof terrace.
In the family
Your hosts are an energetic family with a taste for music, fine foods and the outdoors. When they aren’t in the city, they welcome weary travelers to enjoy their cheerfully colourful space.
All the details
Relax in the spacious living quarters where high ceilings and exposed brick walls are perfect backdrops to a generous dining area, a quarter-moon patterned sofa, and a pair of plum-coloured barrel back club chairs. Make like the wind and breeze over the bamboo floors to where a set of rusty orange bar stools and a breakfast nook banquette surround a sleek and fully-equipped kitchen. Venture down the hallway to the den where you can lay low on charcoal velour couches below framed illustrations and retro posters. If you need to freshen up, step into the master ensuite, the guest bath, or the children’s bath – all elegantly-fixtured. Two bedrooms are off the hallway for tired heads. On the other side of the living room, the chandeliered master bedroom with its antique scroll carved chaise lounge, fur carpet and canopied bed is as irresistible as Dietrich in close-up.
The neighbourhood’s a gem. Gourmet fare abounds, low or highbrow. The boutiques of Soho and the leafy streets of the West Village are a short cab ride away (walkable, even) and if you’re here in springtime, check out the Tribeca Film Festival. Or wander over to the nearby Hudson River where you can meander like locals do and catch a breath of fresh air.”
Photos courtesy of One Fine Stay
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