An iconic piece, the Pedro Friedeberg mahogany Hand Chair makes a statement in Kyle DeWoody's living room
“When it comes to dressing myself or my apartment, I’d say my objective is cohesion, comfort, and a bit of playfulness,” says Kyle DeWoody, the 27-year-old creative director and cofounder of the art-meets-design store Grey Area. Her colorful apartment, situated in New York’s Greenwich Village, boasts a mix of designer pieces and discount, flea-market finds with an emphasis on modern lines, metals, and art. “Every apartment I lived in has developed differently.”- Vogue
I love every single item of this apartment; the vibrant colours and white walls, the vintage finds, the iconic pieces curated with flair and style, and the personal style of Kyle DeWoody herself in the apartment! I will let the pictures speak for themselves and share with you, at the same time, a few excerpts of the interview she gave to Vogue.
How cute is the Mid-century Brass Lobster sitting pretty on the coffee table?
An avid art collector, DeWoody is also keen on mixing thrifty finds with contemporary designer pieces. “I like to mix modern and vintage throughout my apartment,” she says. “In this room, Donna Wilson pillows from The Future Perfect sit on a 1950s sofa.”
Tom Dixon copper shade pendant light, $610 at ABC Home in NYC
DeWoody found the 1970's bar cart in a vintage shop for 75$!
I love the Nos Da pillow cushions on the bed ($118 each)
“My passion for art, objects, and interesting pieces is why I do the work I do, so it wouldn’t make sense for me not to express that in my apartment.”
source: Vogue photographed by Claiborne Swanson Frank, Interiors Stylist by Chiara de Rege