Published on March 1, 2019

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Just a few months after they got hitched in a small upstate New York wedding, Karlie Kloss and Josh Kushner are looking for new digs. The couple put their NoLIta home on the market with a listing price just under $7 million.

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Architecture firm Roman and Williams designed the building and all its interiors in 2007 in its first ground-up residential project, and the results are luxe and rich in character. In Kloss and Kushner’s unit, a custom granite fireplace makes an impressive living room focal point, and herringbone floors add stylish detailing throughout.

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Scandinavian-inspired furniture—like an expansive gray sofa with a built-in side table and a mid-century-style armchair—infuse the space with a casual, relaxed feeling, while dramatic, contemporary light fixtures and brass shelving lend a more glamorous appeal.

Though the condo comes at a steep price, certain style elements can easily be implemented into your own space on a budget. Shop the look below.

Floyd’s American-made sofa is made to last. Set against a frame of birch and metal, its Lunar Gray cushions strike the perfect balance between modern and mid-century.

An Art Deco–style bar cart brings a touch of glamour with its brass exterior and black glass surfaces. It can easily elevate a living room and it can also accentuate subtler brass accents in a room, like the legs of a coffee table or a lamp stand.

At just $200, this sputnik chandelier by Scandi brand Menu offers high-end appeal for a more moderate budget. Consider adding it to an entryway for a statement as soon as you walk through your front door.

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