This incredible SoHo duplex was fitted out by worldwide-famous designer Ken Fulk. The home is available on the market for $17.995 million, and it is a lesson colored play and pattern mixing.
Situated in SoHo inside a Pre-War Beaux Art building, the house has six baths and five beds, all distinctively made with bags of personality.
Kitchen ideas abound in the middle of the house, where you will find pretty-as-picture floral wallpaper, a heritage checkerboard floor, beautiful eco-friendly and blue hues as well as an authentic timber ceiling.
Describing the house as ‘part city townhouse and part country manor house’, Fulk states from the interiors: ‘Warm wood tones with accents of brass, glass and marble complement the commercial good reputation for the area.’
Spanning 6,014 square ft, the house is replete with historic details, for example original barrel vaulted ceilings, and it has two massive, open-plan areas, connected by a stylish internal staircase.
Upstairs, outdoors-plan format really makes its very own, with statement drop chandeliers and color-pop furniture in pinks and vegetables adding glamour to that particular impressive historic ceiling.
This upstairs level is much more urbane, or ‘citified’ as Fulk describes it, with chevron floors and Art Deco detailing in deep eco-friendly lacquered wood paneling with brass and glass accents. This is actually the more formal level, with room for formal living and dining areas, along with a built-in marble swathed buffet.
The restroom ideas really are a maximalist’s dream, with bold-print wallpapers varying from flamingo pinks to jungle print and floral fabulousness.
Bold bed room ideas are available thick and fast, with superbly patterned wallpapers and accent-color furnishings.