This week’s interior spotlight is a fabulously cultured converted railway depot in update New York, home of Frederico de Vera. It’s a classic Elle Decor feature, with 14-foot ceilings and beautiful details. This entry just gets me – I love the gold frames that reach the ceiling, and the red door as well!
I love that Frederico uses curtains in the doorways instead of doors. It makes them softer and keeps the lines of the room from being too harsh. Also the simple white pendant in this room looks superb!
This garden space looks like a paradisaical oasis (that view is too good to be true)! The red bench is awesome. Below, Frederico mixes and matches chairs (the best I’ve ever seen) and also boasts some pretty amazing pendants hanging low to the table. I also love the white busts up in the corner!
(via Elle Decor, photographed by William Abranowicz)
It seems that Mr. De Vera has the dream home – converted commercial-use building to beautiful luxurious residence. From gold frames to those dining room chairs, it’s a cultivated delight!