63rd Street Project

Mission Hills home with a modern fresh vibe.

In the living room, the Robsjohn Gibbings vintage cocktail table is encircled by cozy seating, including a pair of shearling upholstered 1950’s armchairs by Marco Zanusco and a vintage 1960’s curved sofa belonging to the owners Aunts.
Photography by Aaron Leimkuehler

Iron and brass custom railing leads up the stairs in the foyer. Cassina console table is fronted by a contemporary pouf by Belgian designer Michael Verheyden.

Left to right; The RH sectional divides the family room from the kitchen and faces the custom white oak built-in bookcase. An oversize brass pendant from Gallery L7 hovers over the black-stained Community Manufacturing coffee table. In the Family room a pair of rush woven chairs flank the 19th century painted American cupboard, where a Workstead wall lamp with adjustable shade illuminates the art. Beth Zollars with the family dog, Shelly.

Left to right; A wall of newly installed french doors brighten the dining room, where Naru chairs upholstered in black leather surround the contemporary walnut dining table. Six-shade chandelier is from Piatelli Design. Snug room is illuminated by a 1950’s mid century -modern Italian Stilnovo brass and opaline-glass chandelier. The hall powder room was refreshed with a Serena and Lily grasscloth wallcovering and a custom-mae marble sink by Carthage Stoneworks, and fitted with Waterworks unlacquered brass fixtures.

Photography by Aaron Leimkuehler

Altitude II by Todd Mossman hangs over the walnut canopy bed from DWR in the primary bedroom. Bedside lamps are from Victoria Morris and marble topped black stained oak night stands again from DWR.

The Primary bedroom also includes a spacious sitting area with 19th century English mahogany sofa upholstered in Schumacher velvet and a pair of McGuire linen -upholstered chairs surrounding two Blu Dot acacia wood tables.