Article originally published on May 4, 2020
Kelly Bergin is a Los Angeles based interior designer that’s responsible for establishing the most amazing design projects. This time we’re able to see one of her most recent projects, a New York loft, filled with style and luxurious furniture. Within a 19th century building, Tribeca was the destination design project, so, Home and Decoration is about to take you on tour through this amazing setting!
We begin this amazing New York Loft tour in the master suite. It shares custom window dressings, and the bed is topped with linens by Les Indiennes and flanked by Lawson Fenning nightstands. The bench is by Thomas Hayes Studio, the sconces are by Workstead, and the pendant light is by Apparatus.
The kitchen sets a special touch in this loft, with a broad and full of light space. The main goal is to display the art collection as well as the decorative objects. There are Heather Rosenman ceramics and a woven basket by Nickey Kehoe on display in the monochromatic kitchen.
There was a need to display the natural elements throughout the New York Loft, and the designer made sure of it. There’s a Phillip Jeffries grasscloth wall covering, with an antique Portuguese stool, a Lusitano Studio ceramic vase, and a painting by Paul Kopau.
In the fantastic living room, there’s a Vladimir Kagan sofa that sits opposite a pair of Theo Ruth chairs in a durable Kvadrat wool; a Nickey Kehoe cocktail table, Charlotte Perriand stool, and Rupert Nikoll floor lamp—all atop a floor covering by The Rug Company—complete the scene.
This family home is filled with light and soft texture. There’s a painting by French artist Isabelle Cornaro dominates the family library, where an RH sofa, Nickey Kehoe chairs, and a collection of vintage kilims combine to create a cozy reading nook. Kelly Bergin really knocked it out of the park with this one, the result is pretty incredible!