Design for Urban Living

Moore


Posted on April 2nd, by David Bjorngaard in Inhabit. No Comments

For this TBT, I’m bringing you to the West Village home of Julian Moore, a home which I loved the moment I saw it in Elle Decor about 12 years ago. Refined, timeless and laid back; filled with art and designer furniture; museum quality yet totally livable and fun. The refined color palette (dark brown, camel, and white) let’s the artwork and shapes of the pieces take center stage. I hope you enjoy.

Sectional sofa by Vladimir Kagan, Nakashima coffee table, and photography by Nan Goldin make this a stunning living room in Julian Moore's Tribeca home. Also notice the refined fireplace surround, and the Naguchi floor lamp.

Sectional sofa by Vladimir Kagan, Nakashima coffee table, and photography by Nan Goldin make this a stunning living room. Also notice the refined fireplace surround, and the Naguchi floor lamp.

 

View of Julian Moore's Tribeca dining room.

Better view of the lucite legs on the Kagan sofa.

 

stairs

A vintage Harvey Probber wall cabinet and a T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings console in the home of Julian Moore.

A vintage Harvey Probber wall cabinet and a T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings console.

I love the mix of rough industrial plywood and stainless steel in the kitchen of Julian Moore -- not trying to hide the industrial history of the building,

I love the mix of rough industrial plywood and stainless steel — not trying to hide the industrial history of the building, yet totally chick in an understated way.

The hall library in Julian Moore's Tribeca home.

The key to urban living is to utilize every square inch of space. Here a bookshelf fills a hallway leading to an office, becoming the library.

A corner of Julian Moore's loft contains an office with Saarinen table and chairs, and Nelson daybed.

A corner of the loft contains an office with Saarinen table and chairs, and Nelson daybed.

bedroom

kids room

I love bold colors, and map, in one of the kid’s bedroom. Perhaps this is a reflection of my own wanderlust as a child!

David Bjørngaard, April 2016

 





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