the mitchell gold + bob williams 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 31, 2015 12:00 PM
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Since introducing her namesake firm in 2011, designer Jenny Norris has been transforming interiors with her laidback, minimalist style. With her keen eye for timeless furnishings and affinity for spatial balance, Norris used her shophouse collaboration with Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams as an opportunity to make a bold statement with a few of their signature retro-glam pieces. By carving out defined spaces—living room, dining area, den, and so forth— throughout the airy two-bedroom home, Norris sprinkled the place with classic silhouettes, rich textiles and hip artwork to create a comfortable but cool ambience. “When I walked into the space it felt so lofty and sophisticated.” Norris explains. “My goal was to keep that airy ambience alive while creating a few glitzy moments. ”
Q&A with Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams
How would you describe the Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams apartment at 15 William?
It’s a very chic and stylish bachelor pad that is also notable for being incredibly comfortable. The space is very modern, but in a soft and soothing way, and the furnishings don’t take away from the incredible views.
What made this project especially fun for you?
We love all things Domino, and the opportunity to participate in a shophouse was especially appealing because it makes things so accessible to our customers. It gave us the chance to share not only our furniture but also our style of comfortable living with people.
What did you love most about what Jenny Norris did with the MG+BW pieces in the space?
Seeing how she combined our pieces with all of the wonderful photos she took in her travels and her own personal collectibles. For instance, in the den, Jenny flanked our high-gloss gray-lacquer Bel Air storage cabinet with industrially inspired Fritz bookcases. And in the bedroom she used a chandelier that we often show in our dining room settings. She mixed our pieces in unexpected ways.
Tell us something potential buyers would want to know?
It’s a well-planned space for everyday living as well as entertaining and overnight guests. You could move right in, add some personal collectibles of your own, and live your life in comfort and style.
LaSalle Bar; Anjelica and Jack Photograph; Bar Accessoriesmgbwhome.com
Nico Return Swivel Chair; VanDyke Media Console; Allure Side Table; Shimmer Quartz Rugmgbwhome.com
Tangdon Gray Pillowmgbwhome.com
Classic Round Parson Table; Frida Black Armchair with Tibetan Furmgbwhome.com
Dresher Rug in Silvermgbwhome.com
Slocom Platform Bed in Palma Slate; Affinity Collection Coverlet and Shams in Mist; Long Wool Pillow in Taupe; Hand-Dip-Dyed Pillows; Addie Pull-up Table in Pewtermgbwhome.com
Alustra Woven Textures Roller Shades in Zen Reflectionhunterdouglas.com
Maxwell Floor Lamp; Honoré Cocktail Table; Cream and Navy Ikat Pillow; Austin Chambray Pillow; Shimmer Rug in Sterlingmgbwhome.com
Vignette Modern Roman Shade with UltraGlide in Newport Linen Moro Bayhunterdouglas.com
Reese Sofa in Charcoal Tonal Tweed; Bel AIr Side Table; Mila Table Lampmgbwhome.com ART: “Varanasi Street Style” and “Jodhpur Street Style” by Jenny Norris domino.com/summer15
What a sleek touch to the kitchen – Illy Caffé espresso machine and cute cups + saucers!
Using Benjamin Moore paints exclusively, domino market editer Elaina Sullivan created the abstract painting below.Paints used for artwork: Studio Finishes latex texture in sand, Day Lilly (080), Black (PM-9), and Richmond Gold (HC-41) BenjaminMoore.com
Desmond Sofa; Gibson Onyx Pull-Up Table; Alpaca Pillowmgbwhome.com
Maxwell Chadelier mgbwhome.com