Thursday, May 24, 2012

Designer Richard Mervis' Home

The apartment of interior designer Richard Mervis and his partner Jeffrey Rosen was first featured in New York Social Diary back in March. Maybe you've seen it? It's serene and gorgeous. Hope you enjoy. (Photography by Jeffrey Hirsch. All images here.)


Henhurst Interiors said...

Beautiful! I love the study - looks very cozy. From the original article I see the apartment is actually very large - but I think just these rooms would make a perfect city pied-a-terre.

ArchitectDesign™ said...

YES! When I saw it I saved every photo and thought "This is my dream apartment". I'm using it as the basis for the design of my new apartment!!!

Teresa at Splendid Sass said...

I could move right in! Stunning, Michele.
The dining room and living room (that sofa is amazing) are my favorites.
Thank you for sharing.
Happy Thursday.

Nancy said...

This looks like a beautiful masculine interior. Love the settee in the dining room! Thanks Michelle!

therelishedroost said...

I Love everything about this!!Simply timeless and elegant!!!!
Happy Memorial Day weekend!

Windlost said...

yes, i saw it, adored it and agree with stefan that it is a DREAM apartment. i was thinking of posting this exact post but you beat me to it. :)


Kerry @ Design du Monde said...

It all looks so inviting. I love the tile floor in the kitchen too.


I SO love this apartment...the design is off the charts....classic for days!!

Loi Thai, Tone on Tone said...

Hi Michele - Thanks for posting! What a beautiful apartment filled with classic antiques!! So warm, handsome and very stylish. Hope you are having a wonderful long weekend.

Julie Taylor and Danni Greenwalt said...

Beautiful designed. Love all the details and the lovely antiques.

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Soapluvva said...

I just saw this post!

OMG!!! This apartment is like a palace!!! I hope I get invited over to see it in person!!!

Richard "Ricky" Mervis and I knew each other from Van Wyck JHS 217 Q. We were in Mr. Mankin's 7-8B31 homeroom in September 1966 and Miss Mantel's 9-C1 homeroom in September 1967.

We had all our subject classes together. As I recall, we sat next to each other for a while in Miss Fusco's 7th-8th grade math class (until she changed my seat to split up two girls who were talking continually, and moved me next to Michael Solomon), and in Mr. Bernstein's 9th grade math class.

Ricky and I also knew each other at Jamaica HS, although we didn't have any classes in common.

Ricky, if you see this post, or if someone tells you about it, please get in touch.

Check out my YouTube Channel:

Regards from beautiful, downtown Briarwood!


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