Get interior design ideas from these New York apartments

Get inspired to spruce up your abode by taking a trip around these stylish New York apartments filled with unique interior design ideas

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Be stylish and smart with these interior design ideas to improve your home, and get inspired with space-saving tips from these dapper New Yorkers. Whatever your budget or space, we’ve got great options for cool wall art, furniture, and accessories at some of the city’s best shops and home-decor stores.

2014 apartment tours

2BR in Murray Hill

Apartment Therapy staffer Ashley Anderson uses street finds, Craigslist scores and some DIY ingenuity.

3BR in the West Village

Elisa Lempicka uses Parisian flea-market finds to create a European vibe at home.


2013 apartment tours

Loft in the West Village

Newlyweds Jeff Fazio and Paul Salkind show off their mood-boosting abode, splashed with florals and bright colors.

2BR in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn

Bee Raw founders Marissa and Zeke Freeman found a space that could grow along with their family and business.

1BR in the West Village

Alaina Gurwitz, managing director of real-estate firm Good Property, lets us peek at her sun-soaked pad.

Two-bedroom loft in Soho

Leila Shams, fashion designer and star of the Style Network reality series City Girl Diaries, gives us a tour of her modern, clutter-free pad.

2BR railroad in Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Artsy couple Jan and Vanessa use found nature objects, travel souvenirs, gifted artwork and furniture discovered on the street to decorate their abode on a budget.

2BR railroad in Greenwood Heights, Brooklyn

Fringe Salon hairstylist Jessica “Ruby” Whalen turned her abode into a retro, technicolor retreat.

1BR in the East Village

Marketing director Amanda Barlow seamlessly blends pinup culture with Día de los Muertos references.

3BR in Park Slope, Brooklyn

Travel souvenirs and paintings from artist-friends make globe-trotter Bill Shumaker’s brownstone feel like a truly personal space.

2BR in Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Interior designer Jessica De Kler incorporates family photos, heirlooms and artwork to make her condo feel like home.

Studio in Park Slope, Brooklyn

Eponymy boutique owner Andrea Miller mixes heirloom antiques with modern staples in her timeless abode.

Loft in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn

The Bushwick Starr executive director Sue Kessler and her husband, Jared Klein, tap their theater background to make the most of their wide-open space.



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