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Inspired Spaces: Isaac Mizrahi’s Greenwich Village Home

I was really blown away by the piece about Isaac Mizrahi’s home in the September issue of  Architectural Digest. When I think about the design of his space, the words – simply classic – come to mind. The photos are stunning and the interior design is top-notch.

Isaac Mizrahi’s Greenwich Village home channels the designer’s trademark flair, its airy rooms are accented with a lively mix of colorful artwork and urbane antiques. -AD

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The residence was converted from three contiguous apartments.

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The kitchen consists of basically three hues that repeat throughout the space. I love the banquette and glass paneled built-in cabinetry.

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item4.rendition.slideshowHorizontal.isaac-mizrahi-manhattan-apartment-09-master-bedroomThe monochromatic bedroom is simple, quite and elegant. Attention to detail is paid in this space, the window hardware continues beyond the window frames, the television is mounted and incorporated into the gallery wall.  The settee provides additional seating, the lamp next to it doubles as a table and writing-table by the window is just divine.

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In the bathroom, the shower and tub share a singular space and are covered from floor to ceiling in marble slab. The traditional radiator adds an antique quality to the otherwise contemporary space.

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The living room design ties back to the traditional elements of his master bedroom.

The design of his home is a mix of contemporary and traditional.

Source: Architectural Digest | Photography: Jason Schmidt

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