Ali Cayne’s West Village Townhouse Features An Eclectic Style

This is the West Village townhouse of Ali Cayne, the founder of New York’s Haven’s Kitchen. It’s a large space with elegant rooms and a variety of styles and influences. That’s because she decided to design the interior herself and she doesn’t have a background in design. However, she knows what she likes and this made everything very easy.

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The townhouse has high ceilings and herringbone wood floors and it’s decorated with taste and style. The lighting fixtures are particularly interesting because they feature different styles in each room.

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The kitchen, for example, has an industrial-looking lighting fixture while the living room has something more sophisticated and luxurious. There are black and gold accents throughout the house and this unifies the whole décor in a way.

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The beautiful Moroccan rugs are also a recurrent element. The living room is elegant but also comfortable and inviting and the color palette is simple yet sophisticated thanks to all the accent details.

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What I really like about the bedroom is that beautiful dream catcher hanging above the bed. The black accent wall is also a nice element which provides contrast with the rest of the room. The bathroom and has the time type of white tiles as the kitchen so there’s continuity in design throughout.{found on glitterinc and domino}.