Jennifer Beek and Georgie Hambright of J+G Design designed this apartment for a 28-year-old young male professional in NYC who works in digital advertising. The client is originally from Atlanta, Georgia but had been living in NYC for the past five years. He had a budget of $5,000 for this small -250 square foot – apartment, and was tempted to just buy all his furnishings from one store. But Jennifer and Georgie talked him out of that! They were able to make the most of the budget by keeping the color palette neutral and then infusing color and character via the accessories. Their client is an avid health nut and tennis player, so they incorporated those aspects of his personality through the juice bar aka the new wet bar as well as with the vintage tennis racquet headboard. This design team defines their style as an old-meets-new design aesthetic, and they aim to lead a new generation to value antiques. It’s the perfect look for a first grown-up apartment. – Thanks Georgie and Jennifer! And thanks to Vicente Munoz for the lovely photos! –Amy
Image above: The kitchen table is from InMod and the chairs were vintage finds from Housing Works. The white apple on the table was found at CB2. The 2 dog portraits were by Andrew a painter selling art in Central Park. The indoor/outdoor rug was found at a CB2 sale
Image above: The bedding was picked up at a DwellStudio Warehouse Sale. The yellow bedside lamp was a Craigslist find. The valet is from the ’60s and was founded at the Boston Flea. The large clock is from CB2.
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Image above: The area rug and the nightstands were found on Overstock. The bedroom curtains and hardware are from West elm.
Image above: The tennis racquet collection came from Etsy.
Image above: The butterfly chair is from Design on a Dime. The reading lamp is a vintage 1960s piece and came from the Boston Flea Market. The small side table is from CB2 and the wicker magazine basket that houses the client’s Nintendo is Nate Berkus for Target. The artwork is a 1974 Lithograph of Penn Station- framed by J. Pocker, signed 88/100
Image above: The juice cart is from CB2. 1948 Coca Cola Crate (special to client because he is from Atlanta, which is the CC headquarters)- Boston Flea Market (SOWA)