A place to call home is all about what you want to do with it. One New York couple and their two children turned this New York City loft into a dwelling place that has their signature all over it. They’re all about flexibility and personal style. Take a peek inside and see what characterizes them.
And who cares if it’s preschool art or not? The kids play area is decked out with an artsy minimalism that Carl Andre would be proud of. This provides the kids with both functional and educational place to have at it.
Most lofts don’t have a backyard – so bring the fun inside. This cool swing is pure fun. And, yes, it does fit the décor, too.
For that sense of self-respect and decorum, their design taste does include a bit of sophistication that is au courant with the best of Bograd’s.
Variety is the spice of life, right? Why not change the furniture around every now and again—just for fun? This several-seat living room plus tables gets an every six-month rearrangement. And the toys? They move around a bit more often than that.
Design is spontaneous, random, extemporaneous—kind of like this locker in the kids’ room. Works just as well as a closet, but looks and acts way cooler than that.