A Deliberately Neutral And Calm Apartment At Bond Street by Home Studios

Featuring a diversity of expression, design influences and materiality, the end result is a welcoming three-bedroom, two-bathroom residence that celebrates a clean and cohesive design language.

20 Bond is a new residential project by Home Studios, the award-winning design firm based in Brooklyn, NY. Founded in 2009 by former book editor Oliver Haslegrave, the studio’s aim is to help tell the stories of inspired outsiders through the artforms of architecture and interior design.

With 20 Bond, Home Studios envisioned an updated and modern residence that defies the conformity of a typical unit. Featuring a diversity of expression, design influences and materiality, the end result is a welcoming three-bedroom, two-bathroom residence that celebrates a clean and cohesive design language.

The master bedroom features a Landon Metz painting over a custom walnut and travertine master bed by Home Studios, with a Natalie Hererra vase adorning each side table. Next to the window, a vintage French lamp from the 1940s is paired with an Atelier de Troupe Jia chair.

The Vesper Console is decorated with bookends by Chen Chen and Kai Williams, anchoring the focal point of the open living room. A Howard sofa by Egg Collective, Candy Cube by Sabine Marcelis and vintage Danish armchair are placed on a vintage French rug from the 1940s, creating a comfortable gathering place for the family. The coffee table is by Home Studios and the Tulip planter, which holds a fragrant olive tree, is by Eny Lee Parker.

In the dining room, a custom Swing Pendant by Home Studios hangs above a Column table in walnut by Fort Standard; vintage Model 80 dining chairs by Niels Otto Møller accompany. The Ceri Müller vase and Henry Wilson candle holders offer dimension and decorative function.

The intent of all Home Studios projects is to use color selectively, and the palette of 20 Bond is deliberately neutral and calm. Farrow and Ball’s iconic color, “Pointing”, softly covers each of the resident’s walls while the custom kitchen cabinets pop thanks to the paint brand’s subdued blue-grey “Pigeon”—the shade’s impact reminiscent of the colorful expression of Parisian courtyard doors.

Photography by Brian Ferry

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