14 Vintage Icons Complement 2Michaels’s Eclectic Interiors
Vintage icons commingle with current-day hits in 2Michaels’ eclectic interiors. The Upper West Side apartment by the firm in our Interior Design Homes Fall 2016 issue is a prime example.
1. This constructivist sculpture by Johannes Hoog is from Weinberg Modern, the source of several of the home’s vintage accessories.
2. The rare 1960’s side tables that diagonally flank the sofas came from Magen H Gallery.
3. Among the rare vintage treasures the designers scored is the 1960’s Igor Rodrigues chaise reposing in the master bedroom, from Thomas Hayes Gallery.
4. 2Michaels reupholstered the Arthur Casas Zumbi chaise in Stella, a cotton-linen blend by Nobilis.
5. Fashioned from box-joined slabs of Calacatta marble and American black walnut, the Zaragosa coffee table is by New York studio KGBL.
6. The photographs here and in the dining room are by artist Sam Samore, a close friend of the Michaels’.
7. Seen in the entry, the BDDW Captain’s mirror has a natural mulled leather finish.
8. Also by BDDW is the study’s Mason desk, here in Ambrosia maple with an oxidized finish.
9. Patrick Weder’s Honeycomb pendant has a handmade paper shade and comes in several sizes. Through Modenus.
10. Curtains in the living area are fashioned from Coraggio’s Siena sheer linen-polyester blend in Mare.
11. Élitis’ Brit Pop wall covering makes a splash in the powder room.
12. The Franco Albini Tre Pezzi chair is an original, purchased from dealer Brian Kish, but the design has been re-issued through Cassina.
13. Illuminating the dining area is a Lindsey Adelman fixture, from the designer’s Branching collection.
14. Tibetano crafted the Ruffie White/Blue rug in the living area.