A NYC Apartment Reimagined With Bold Colors Inspired by a Painting

Located in a notable Robert AM Stern building on West 81st Street in Manhattan, this apartment has been reimagined by Jessica Shaw, Director of Interior Design at The Turett Collaborative. The clients bought the apartment without having seen it in person allowing the designers to transform the space before the owners and their two children moved in. The Upper West Side apartment’s design plan kicked off with a sole painting, Computer Whiz, 1987, by Robert Overby, that the couple sent the designers for inspiration. References to the vibrant painting can be seen throughout in the bold colors and rich textures, and paired with modern furnishings, the finished apartment is chic, colorful, and most definitely, smile-inducing.

While the walls are neutral, color shows up throughout in the furniture and accessories. In the living room, it’s impossible not to be completely intrigued by the rainbow hued curtains covering the floor-to-ceiling

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