in our continued look at some of the homes of professors at pratt, today we have a sneak peek into the home of graduate communications design chair jeff bellantoni. he and his wife, ceramist kim westad, along with their pit-mix maddy, live in this attached 3-story 1950s brick house located in the pelham bay/country club section of the bronx. they describe their residence as consisting of mostly modern furnishings, mixed with vintage and hand-crafted pieces, and of course the required low-end but functional IKEA. click here for more, full-sized images, and you can find all our fabulous sneak peeks right here. [thanks, jeff and kim!] –anne
[above: Back Yard Patio: vintage wood/aluminum lawn rockers discovered in our Grandmother’s basement]
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Ikea leather couch that now belongs to our pit Maddy; Ikea rug; Italian decanters and Kim Westad Whirl Bowl sit on leather Inlay antique cabinet; Glass piece hanging in corner hand made by David Bellantone
Living Room: Jasper sofa from Room and Board; Vintage orange leather bench from salvage; Vintage Porcelain lamp left by previous owner; Round metal wire chair discovered in our Grandmother’s basement, painted and covered in new fabric; Takashi Murakami pillows (swag from the Pratt Legends Dinner); Charlie Harper print; Nelson ball clock
Dining Room: Basque dining table from Crate and Barrel; George Nelson Saucer Lamp; Miles leather dining chairs from Room and Board; Metal School Chair rescued from Salvage (lone chair in corner); Painting by Clint Jukkala
Hallway leading to kitchen: Subway sign; Pendant lamp-LIghts Up from Velocity; Ikea kitchen cabinets
Upstairs landing, peak into office: Joseph Muller-Brockmann poster; vintage London Underground subway map; various faucet handles; Letter G is vintage signage from 1950’s era parking garage now demolished; chair in office is an a vintage 70’s studio art chair
View from stairs into living room and front door: Pendant lamp-LIghts Up from Veolcity; two small stacked Rachael Austin paintings and photo of our old Brooklyn neighborhood are on the wall
Kitchen: vintage coffee cups on IKEA rack; Russell Wright serving piece sits on microwave; various cookbooks, etc.