This West Village Townhouse belongs to Anna Flett and Brandon Haley! The interior designer is Alisa Bloom and we’re going to do a small tour around this home! Get to know all the details!
In this West Village Townhouse, lives Anna Flett and Brandon Haley and their three kids. So, Alisa Bloom needed to create a home for all ages and she did exactly that.
They found the best solution for their family in this 19-century home. One of the things they want for their home was that the rooms could breathe. According with Anna, ” Alisa showed me a photo of a sleek kitchen in a Paris apartment with gorgeous traditional moldings and architectural details. I wanted that combination—classic and modern”.
Alisa took her job very seriously and for two years she searched for the best pieces that would combine with Flett and Haley’s. Their love for quality, beauty, heritage and desire to simplify things made that research hard, but totally worth it.
Things such sculptural furnishings, different materials with different colors and textures, bronze pendant lights, all of this appeared in their home.
For the kids, ceiling-mounted arm bars in the playroom, for them to strech and swing.
West Village Townhouse
Flett and Haley truly love fine-art photography, ceramic, painting, all forms of art. They already had a collection from the previous home and it is more completed with pieces from Anna Malagrida, or Zanele Muholi, or even William Wegman. Because of this love, they have art all over their home!
Now, let’s talk a little bit more about each division! This room belongs to Ada, with a Lemay photography, a Bespoke bed and a Holly Hunt cotton.
This is the master bedroom, with Pierre Frey linen-blend covering the DLV Designs bed. Side by side with Kiko Lopez art.
In Ander’s room, we can find bed by Property Furniture, and alpaca pillows from Muse Bespoke.
India Mahdavi is present in these pair of chairs in the living room! Close to Anna Malagrida photograph and Angelo Mangiarotti cocktail table.
We conclude our article in the master bedroom, with this amazing spot. Composed by a 1960’s desk and Giuseppe Scapinelli chair from Espasso. Vase by Reinaldo Sanguino and stool by Loic Bard for Radnor.
Credits to: Architectural Digest