Home Decor Ideas share with you The JLW Interiors, Jennifer Weisberg, the principal designer cultivates a calming interior and luxury apartment. A couple who had lived on the Upper East Side of Manhattan decided to downsize to a smaller apartment in their building, they asked the designer, Jennifer Weisberg of JLW Interiors, to give their new home a new look, while incorporating their impressive art collection.

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Jennifer Weisberg Reimagines a Manhattan Luxury Apartment
In the entry, a colorful marble floor from Artistic Tile contrasts with the neutral wallcovering from Casamance, a backdrop for the warm tones of the bronze console from Caste Design, the curvaceous mirrors by Tom Faulkner, and the ceiling light from Wired.

The entry, with its geometric-patterned, multicolored marble floor, and its wallpaper, awash in a subtle print, has two sinuous wood benches by Gildas Berthelot, above which hangs a colorful painting by the Nigerian artist Gerald Chukwuma.  The hand-painted wallcovering, which Jennifer Weisberg had custom-colored, is inspired by the Japanese mending technique kintsugi.

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Jennifer Weisberg Reimagines a Manhattan Luxury Apartment
A backlit ceiling panel of verre eglomisé by Miriam Ellner responds to the dining room’s screen by David Hockney. Kimberly Denman chairs, covered in mohair from Sahco, and a brass and lacquer table by India Mahdavi sit on a Rug Art carpet. Artworks by Ellsworth Kelly hang above cabinets from Holly Hunt. The two bronze sculptures are by Paolo Staccioli.

In the dining room, a striking three-panel screen by David Hockney inspired the backlit, Verre eglomisé ceiling panel by the noted artist and designer Miriam Ellner. Jennifer Weisberg wanted the ceiling’s patterns “to mimic the shapes in the Hockney screen, but not literally,” she says.

Jennifer Weisberg Reimagines a Manhattan Luxury Apartment
A painting by Milton Avery hangs above the chenille-covered sofa in the library, against a wallcovering by Casamance. The cabinets and bookshelves are by Amuneal, and the built-in fireplace was made by Hearth Cabinet. The coffee table is by Wendell Castle, and a Joseph Jeup chair from The Bright Group sits at a desk from Promemoria.

In the library, a painting by Milton Avery tops a sumptuous sofa, displayed against another multidimensional wallpaper from Casamance.

Jennifer Weisberg Reimagines a Manhattan Luxury Apartment
The primary bedroom’s wallcovering is a collaboration between Fromental and Lalique;

The master bedroom is lined with a custom, gray silk version of a wallcovering that is a collaboration between Fromental and Lalique—which the wife fell in love with when she and Jennifer Weisberg saw it—and which is dotted with crystal birds that Weisberg placed herself.

Jennifer Weisberg Reimagines a Manhattan Luxury Apartment
The neutral-toned kitchen, with its mixed marble backsplashes from Artistic Tile, barstools from Powell and Bonnell, and its Gabriel Scott ceiling lights, has a doorway that frames a portrait by Alice Neel, which hangs in the entry.

Jennifer Weisberg wanted to “curate a sophisticated, restrained and neutral palette” as a background for the art. She also focused on textures, especially the ones that are “more focused on tone, for quiet elegance. I wanted it not to fight the art, but not to disappear either.” In these rooms, she strikes the perfect balance.

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Jennifer Weisberg Reimagines a Manhattan Luxury Apartment

Jennifer Weisberg’s design for the living room features a painting by Jean Dubuffet, flanked by sconces by Patrick Naggar against Porter Teleo’s Kintsugi wallcovering. Next to the piano is an artwork by Fernand Léger.

Jennifer Weisberg Reimagines a Manhattan Luxury Apartment

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