Gelesen: "Warm Minimalism Defines This New York Townhouse"

Wir lesen "The Chelsea home of designer Juniper Tedhams is a stage for the interplay of periods, rare objets, and restraint” Und weiter:

Tedhams used raw Marmorino plaster (finished with beeswax to add a subtle sheen) on the walls of the home’s parlor level. The fireplace, mantel, and mirror, which are original to the house, were paired with a slim custom-designed wooden chandelier and ..
Tedhams used raw Marmorino plaster (finished with beeswax to add a subtle sheen) on the walls of the home’s parlor level. The fireplace, mantel, and mirror, which are original to the house, were paired with a slim custom-designed wooden chandelier and ..

Architectural Digest Autorin Paola Singer stellt den Bewohner vor: "As a college student, Juniper Tedhams began buying and selling antiques to earn some spending money. This wasn’t a typical side job for someone in her early 20s, but then again, Tedhams wasn’t headed in a traditional direction: She was earning a Master of Fine Arts at the University of Illinois at Chicago, under the tutelage of trailblazing American artist Kerry James Marshall. Although she would become disillusioned with the art world after moving to New York City, her love of antiques persisted, and Tedhams decided to open a shop on the ground floor of the Chelsea townhouse where she lived (and still does).

Her painstakingly curated collection of objects—everything from 16th-century commodes to 1950s Jean Prouvé armchairs—began to attract a circle of established architects, stylists, and designers, including Stephen Sills and his former partner James Huniford. The famous pair befriended Tedhams, slowly but surely nudging her into a career in...” Im Original weiterlesen

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