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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Studio in the East Village

Painter John Serdula uses his NYC studio apartment as a gallery for his ever-growing, rotating art collection.

1BR in Murray Hill

Couple Kate Cummings and Griffin Stenger use their combined design skills to create an eclectic abode.

3BR in Brooklyn Heights

Newlyweds Stuart Post and Chris Kelley use flea-market finds and friends’ artwork to adorn their midcentury-style abode.

3BR in the West Village

A geek-chic fashion designer details how she created her feminine, glamorous pad on a budget.

2BR in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn

Vintage-clothing buyer Keira Chatman fills her cheerful, nature-inflected abode with street finds and Craigslist treasures.

2BR in Harlem

Church organist Erik E. Carlson’s clean-lined sanctum is a showcase for era-spanning art, design and pop culture.

1BR in Hell’s Kitchen

Theater pro Brady Schwind turns to the Victorian era and old-school plays for design inspiration.

1BR in Greenpoint, Brooklyn

Billy Leroy, the eccentric owner of Billy’s Antiques & Props and star of the Travel Channel’s Baggage Battles, reveals his taxidermy-filled abode.

Studio in the East Village

With a little help from friend (and interior designer) Christina Love, trend forecaster Ann Mack turned her cookie-cutter rental into a timeless oasis.

2BR in Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Designer Whitney Pozgay's bohemian abode is a blend of vibrant colors, sentimental knickknacks and elements of nature.

1BR in the East Village

Photo archivist and avid collector Jeanie Engelbach's cheerful dwelling is an ode to American nostalgia.

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