Andrew Corrie and Harriet Maxwel’s new home in NYC

Andrew Corrie and Harriet Maxwell are the owners of Ochre, a furniture and accessories shop featuring a variety of designs and textures. They moved in Soho back in 2005, the same year they opened the New York outpost of their shop on Broome Street. They had their eyes on a nearby loft that was very conveniently located close to the shop. However, the loft needed some serious renovation.

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The new owners decided to have a complete renovation, changing both the aspect and structure of the loft. They relocated the kitchen to the front of the loft in order to benefit from more natural light. Also, they decided to build a series of glass-walled room towards the interior of the loft. The rooms were later going to be used for their three small children.

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The interior design of the loft is a combination of old and new, antique and modern. As you might have guessed, the owners furnished the loft with their own creations, choosing a series of antique and modern pieces from Ochre. There are a lot of beautiful items that can be admired in the loft, like the Arctic Pear Chandelier, the pink vases, the beautiful oak table with cast bronze base, the antique mirrors from the dressing room and bathroom, the mercury glass table or the 1960s Murano glass chandeliers.{found on remodelista and pics by Ditte Isager}