bohemian modern new yorker.
by victoria comment


bohemian modern new york apartment / sfgirlbybay

at first glance this very bohemian new york apartment looks like there’s quite a lot going on. but at further inspection, it’s a space with a seemingly well-thought out cohesiveness. the color palette is lovely and while yes, there are a lot of collectibles and art on the walls here, they somehow work together in a very effortless and stylish way. even a vintage gnome somehow looks at home on a very ornate fireplace mantel. this is the village live/work home space of incurable travel junkie, textile designer and art expert Rodman Primack. i think the pale gray walls may help to neutralize the abundance of books, art, and many patterns and prints happening here, making it a really quite unexpectedly soothing and gorgeous space. for the full tour, visit architectural digest espana.

colorful homewares and light gray walls / sfgirlbybay

boho modern apartment in new york city / sfgirlbybay

bohemian modern live work space / sfgirlbybay

vintage desk styled with colorful art and textiles / sfgirlbybay

boho modern aprtment with unique collectibles / sfgirlbybay

patterned textiles in boho modern aprtment / sfgirlbybay

colorful quilt in boho modern bedroom / sfgirlbybay

• photography by Belén Imaz for architectural digest espana.

14 responses to “bohemian modern new yorker.”

  1. I love the eclectic vibe of the decor. There is a lot going on but it feels well thought out and designed.

    The desk at the foot of the bed is such a unique place to put it! I would probably be tempted to go back to bed :)

  2. thank you so much for publishing this phenomenal home. i really need this designer to come to my place and do some decorating.

  3. Love this space. Gives a very homey feeling, all the things collected and put together so perfectly makes this space feel so rich with memories.

    Rachel x

  4. Gorgeous apartment. And soooo many beautiful things. Unfortunately, with so many awesome things, my eyes get exhausted because they don’t know where to land. I wonder if this changes when you live in the space and get used to them?
    I wish for these shoots they wouldn’t style the spaces in unrealistic ways – so many pillows on the couch you can’t sit down, so many items on the nightstand it’s unusable for real life and you’d knock them over in the night. But don’t get me wrong, I’d move right in in a New York minute ;)

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