Carnegie Park- Foyer
When a couple with young children decided to purchase their first Manhattan apartment, they called in designer Christopher Maya to create something livable and contemporary. In the Foyer, you are greeted by a phillip jeffries gold leaf ceiling that is adorned with two scalloped flush mounts from shades of light.
Photographer: Christian Harder
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Photos by Christian HarderHouse at a GlanceWho lives here: A professional couple with two young childrenLocation: New York CityDesigner: Christopher Maya Associates Because the entry sets the first impression for the entire condo, designer Christopher Maya wanted to make it feel extra special by covering the ceiling in a gold leaf wall covering from Phillip Jeffries. The entry walls feature custom millwork covered in oil-based paint. Maya emphasises the importance of finding a good painter for the job. “You go to the trouble of creating beautiful millwork, but if you don’t get the right painter, you won’t really exhibit or highlight the work.” Wall sconces: Shades of Light