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
2011 apartment tours
Home-decor entrepreneur Bradford Shellhammer pours his whimsical personality into his sleek Manhattan pad.
A married couple mixes stripes and polka dots to put their uniquely chic spin on a nautically themed pad.
It always feels like Valentine's Day in this artsy couple's vibrant love nest, decked out with drawings, photos and sentimental souvenirs of their relationship.
Party planner Brett David's seductive playpen is filled with Pop Art, booze and sexy photos.
Interior decorator Lily Zingman updates traditional aesthetics with her modern, multicultural sensibility.
Businesswoman Laura Benner's loftlike space is a showcase for her art collection—and creative talents.
Musicians Anath Benais and Pablo Vergara create an exotic wonderland of flea-market finds and worldly treasures.
Neighborhood veteran and real-estate guru Zelda Josephs matches her Zen-like abode with a killer view.
Handyman Elliot Zulver shows his true colors with his highly customized, prismatic pied-à-terre.
Jewelry designer Wren Britton's creepy-cool, curiosity-filled pad is stuffed to the brim with warm memories.
Designer Christopher Crawford has a knack for mixing antiques with modern pieces for a totally timeless aesthetic.
You won't find Ikea furniture or days-old pizza boxes in performer Ben Jacobson's newly renovated bachelor pad.
Preschool teacher Diana Alutto isn't afraid to mix colors and patterns in her cheerful DIY digs.
A couple fills its pad with souvenirs, heirlooms and frames aplenty.
Art buyer Hannah Flora proves you don't need a big budget to create eye-popping decor.
Architect Keith Keaveney's Brooklyn pad is a stylish labor of love.