Home Tour: A Colorful Park Avenue Apartment

22 Aug

Today I am going to give you a tour of Christina Murphy’s prewar apartment in New York. To keep this apartment from feeling “old” Christina chose a vibrant youthful color palette. I think you will love this fabulous apartment. Check it out!

I love this hand painted herringbone pattern on the back of these bookcases. The pattern adds a special touch. The pops of color balance out the space.

This bright green and white entry is vibrant and modern. The dark floors are a perfect contrast to the bright color.

This is a very elegant dining space. Christina chose mirrored finishes to enhance the mood.

This feminine sitting area is the perfect extension of the dining room.

This colorful living room has a great eclectic feel.

This is such a fresh cheery kitchen. Yellow and white is a great classic kitchen color palette. I love the silver wallpaper on the ceiling which draws your eye upward.

This tufted green couch is amazing. I love the classic feel mixed with a modern color.

This classic four poster bed mixes flawlessly with the mod bench and side tables. The wallpaper is a great bold touch.

I love the colorful touches in this bedroom sitting area.

These glossy pink walls are a perfectly feminine touch in this beautiful bathroom.

How fabulous is this peacock print in this guest bathroom?? Love it!



One Response to “Home Tour: A Colorful Park Avenue Apartment”

  1. lessthanperfectmama August 22, 2012 at 5:05 pm #

    While it’s too busy for me, each room is beautiful. You can see that it was thoughtfully designed.

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