Photos: Dwellers without Decorators
A posh green chair sits in front of the living room fireplace right under a custom made white mirror in Suze Yalof Schwartz’s recently remodeled New York City apartment.(above)
A woman after my own heart…someone who is not a decorator but loves to decorate.
Decor enthusiast Suze Yalof Schwartz from Decorators without Dwellers blog remodeled her family’s New York City dwelling. I happened upon her posh blog and then saw these wonderful photos of the NYC home she shares with her husband and children.
Love everything Suze has done with this apartment…everything…from the shades of blues and grays on the walls, to the Madeline Weinrib rugs throughout the house, to the custom mirrors with chic graphic frames, to the addition of decorative molding on the walls, to the white painted built-ins and found pieces, to the classic furniture thrown in here and there (namely a fab redone Eames chair she inherited), to the Jonathan Adler furniture classics scattered throughout…everything…I repeat, I love everything she did in this home.
Here are the photos of Suze’s ravishing remodel…
To see all of the fabulous before and after photos from Suze’s apartment remodel, go to this post from her blog Dwellers without Decorators or see her series of June 2010 posts on her entire home renovation, remodel and redecorate.
I think I am loving her custom mirrors the most…can’t really decide though because there is so much to love here. Oh, I do love all of the Madeline Weinrib rugs too (but I already said that…right?). I can’t pick. Can you? What is your favorite?
Maybe Suze should change careers and become an interior designer!
P.S. I went on a fun little trip this weekend. Won’t tell you just where just yet..but you can try to guess. See the COCOCOZY FACEBOOK PAGE for one photo from my weekend trip – this week’s visual trivia. Please play along and try to guess where I was. Make sure that you “Like” the Facebook page so you can leave a comment with your guess.
P.P.S. A special shout out to fantastic reader Ruth…thank you for catching my spelling errors! Appreciate it!