Initially, it was the master bath of this home that got my attention. I was doing research for an article about bathroom trends, and the bath in this spectacular New York City space just so happens to beautifully illustrate the draw of a round vanity mirror.
IN THE MEATPACKING DISTRICT
Photographed by Manolo Yllera and featured in Architectural Digest España, this former Meatpacking District warehouse has been transformed into the sensual and sophisticated abode that it is, filled with sculptural organic shapes and incredible texture, by Manhattan–based interior designer Julie Hillman.
The apartment’s warehouse-y architectural elements: grand ceiling heights, enormous windows, patinated wood floors, an open floor plan, and exposed pipes, in contrast with the super whites and tactile fabrics and materials chosen for the interiors by Ms. Hillman demanded that I show: a). more than just the bathroom, b). the full flow of the home’s layout, and c). the space it its entirety.
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KITCHEN, VIEW FROM FOYER