Simplicity in Style
So, what does a minimalist do when they really want to simplify?
If you’re ALEXIS STEWART you streamline even further than your original apartment and include only the barest essentials for your new triplex in New York City. What you’re left with is an overall feel of luxe sophistication and simplicity where mid-century modern furnishings are enhanced by expansive river views, a soft color palette, abundant white space, and sheer light. No matter how spare, it all works together to create a warm and relaxing home for her growing family.
What I Love: The Paul McCobb coffee table + bench + billowy sheer curtains.
What I Love: The Osvaldo Borsani desk, Tonneau chairs + Gio Ponti table.
What I Love: The Silvio Cavatorta bed with nightstands + globe ceiling light.
What I Love: A Silvio Cavatorta vanity + the vintage brass bench.
What I Love: The extra large island in the kitchen divided into work + prep areas.
What I Love: The industrial counter stools + open shelves used for storage.
What I Love: The slate-gray marble counter tops + ceramic subway tiles.
What I Love: The handmade Arctic-theme mural in the children’s room.
What I Love: The playroom’s transitional cabinets + shelves which house her children’s toy collection.
What I Love: Closet doors with screens + sliding doors + the bench by Dunbar.
Quote: Antoine de Saint-Exupery
Photos: Alexis Stewart/MSLiving
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