Modern Mid Century decor is on at this luxurious townhouse in New York City. Located in the West Village, this 1836 Greek Revival townhouse was designed by Jessica Wilpon Kamel, one half of the New York interior design firm Ronen Lev. Join Home and Decoration and get a look at these amazing settings!
Marble countertops, brass fixtures, subdued zellige tiles, and a Lacanche range underscore the house’s traditional feel in the kitchen, which was designed by Brooklyn-based architect Elizabeth Roberts and interior designers Jessica Wilpon Kamel and Christina Akiskalou of New York’s Ronen Lev.
In the living room, there’s a custom sectional sofa topped with pillows upholstered in Zak + Fox fabric, a Nickey Kehoe cocktail table, Viggo Boesen’s Little Petra chair, and a custom rug by Armadillo & Co.
The main bedroom sets a soothing tone with a custom bed upholstered in Larsen fabric opposite the restored fireplace, custom walnut bedside tables, and a chair from John Derian. The sconces are by Ann-Morris, and the rug is by Holland & Sherry.
The main bath is equally serene thanks to a subtle white-and-gray color palette, in a Modern Mid Century vibe. The sconces are by Urban Electric Company, and the hardware is by E.R. Butler & Co.