the homeware apartment at 15 william street
Here’s a sneak peek inside domino’s new "shophouses"—upscale condos decorated by creative young designers with the help of some of our favorite furniture brands at 15 William Street in NYC's hot Financial District.
Published May 8, 2015 12:00 PM
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Here’s a sneak peek inside domino’s new “shophouses”—upscale condos decorated by creative young designers with the help of some of our favoritefurniture brands
Street in NYC’s hot Financial District.
For almost a decade,antonino buzzetta
has been enlivening the interiors world with his hip mix of art, fashion, and urbanity. His recent domino shophouse collaboration with savvy online furniture retailers Homeware was no exception. Bridging the gap between the brand’s streamlined silhouettes and the modern layout of the space with edgy artwork, playful prints, and pops of color, Buzzetta created a stylish downtown refuge—with lots of functional, Homeware pieces—perfect for downtown living. “I really got to be my own client,” Buzzetta says. “With the goal of making easy, affordable pieces from Homeware look marvelously high-end.”
Bold artwork and upholstery—such as the peacock-colored Pryce chairs from Homeware—are a simple way to add personality to a neutral palette.
“When you look at this room, you would never guess how functional and affordable the furniture is.” —Buzzetta
“In a smaller space, function is key but comfort and style still triumph.” —homeware
Pendant bulbs are a swank source of lighting in the contemporary kitchen.
A sleek espresso machine is the perfect countertop piece.
A classic, curvy silhouette adds a touch of grandeur to the bedroom.
Patterned ottomans create drama—and seating!—in a muted bathroom.