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When fashion designer Jill Stuart and her husband were ready to trade their traditional Upper East Side abode for Downtown minimalism, they went all in. Their new top-floor, full-floor home in SoHo’s Urban Glass House, designed by legendary architect Philip Johnson just before his death, comfortably accommodates the couple and their three teenage daughters.

Stuart collaborated with acclaimed New York City–based architect Annabelle Selldorf, on the interior design and architecture of the family’s new Downtown address. A fashion designer famous for her floral and feminine dresses, Ms. Stuart’s penchant for pink is incorporated into her home’s decor with splashes of blush tones in an otherwise neutral penthouse. “I’ve always been attracted to those shades—they’re soft, pretty, and sexy,” Jill says.

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Jill Stuart NYC home

Author: Sarah Sarna

Interior Designer and Author at SarahSarna.com, empowering women to decorate and dress with confidence.

  • Her home is beautiful! I love the neutral color scheme and the pops of color in between. P.S. Those white couches are AMAZING.