NEUTRALS THEN AND NOW- Part 2

there isn’y any designer that i have blogged more about than stephen sills, therefore i couldn’t pass up the opportunity to feature his newly remodeled Manhattan apartment that was just recently featured in t magazine and photographed by francois halard.

accompanying the pictures of the house is a video of stephen talking with david netto about the changes in the apartment over the years/ watch here. since moving into the apartment in 1988 he has redecorated a few times.

i featured the previous design in a blog post a while ago, the pictures were taken from stephen’s and his then partner james hunifords book, dwellings: living with great style/ buy here.

it’s fun to see the before and the after’s, the then and nows. the house was always neutral, but now it’s even more neutral and much brighter- stephen is so gifted and talented, everything he designs is remarkable, so much so i can’t decide what i like better- the neutral then or now….

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Now

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