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
Mon Feb 24 2014
2012 apartment tours
Painter John Serdula uses his NYC studio apartment as a gallery for his ever-growing, rotating art collection.
Couple Kate Cummings and Griffin Stenger use their combined design skills to create an eclectic abode.
Newlyweds Stuart Post and Chris Kelley use flea-market finds and friends’ artwork to adorn their midcentury-style abode.
A geek-chic fashion designer details how she created her feminine, glamorous pad on a budget.
Vintage-clothing buyer Keira Chatman fills her cheerful, nature-inflected abode with street finds and Craigslist treasures.
Church organist Erik E. Carlson’s clean-lined sanctum is a showcase for era-spanning art, design and pop culture.
Theater pro Brady Schwind turns to the Victorian era and old-school plays for design inspiration.
Billy Leroy, the eccentric owner of Billy’s Antiques & Props and star of the Travel Channel’s Baggage Battles, reveals his taxidermy-filled abode.
With a little help from friend (and interior designer) Christina Love, trend forecaster Ann Mack turned her cookie-cutter rental into a timeless oasis.
Designer Whitney Pozgay's bohemian abode is a blend of vibrant colors, sentimental knickknacks and elements of nature.
Photo archivist and avid collector Jeanie Engelbach's cheerful dwelling is an ode to American nostalgia.