Interior Crush: From the Upper East Side to the West Village – A Little Leopard Interior Crush: From the Upper East Side to the West Village – A Little Leopard
Interior Crush: From the Upper East Side to the West Village – A Little Leopard Interior Crush: From the Upper East Side to the West Village – A Little Leopard

Interior Crush: From the Upper East Side to the West Village – A Little Leopard Interior Crush: From the Upper East Side to the West Village – A Little Leopard

April 14, 2017 // decor· interior crushes

Presenting: the first-ever Interior Crush sequel!

You may remember Kat Tanita’s Upper East Side Apartment from an Interior Crush post last year. Well, she moved into a West Village apartment that was recently featured on basically all my favorite design blogs. I couldn’t resist sharing her new digs, too!

Kat worked with Becca Galbraith of Becca Interiors to design her 650 square foot, two-bedroom apartment, and it definitely feels like a grown-up version of her Upper East Side studio. The result is sophisticated, classic and feminine with a bohemian flare. Kat worked with a contractor to create a custom closet, and converted the second bedroom into a walk-in closet and office. (Uh, #goals.)

“The size of the apartment was a challenge, but that can be said about any NYC apartment,” she told MyDomaine. “It was a fun challenge.” Kat recently relocated to Venice Beach, California, but sneak a peek at the chic West Village apartment she called home for three years:

Love the use of a Persian rug in her narrow entryway.

A peek at the details of Kat’s dining nook.

A corner of the second bedroom turned office/closet combination.

A well-stocked and styled bar cart, of course.

Proof that dark walls can work in a small bedroom!

Dresser-top details.

Kat wallpapered her bathroom and replaced the sconce and medicine cabinet to personalize it.

What do you think of Kat Tanita’s West Village apartment? Shop pieces from her space and get the look below!

Images: With Love From Kat (1, 2), Domino, MyDomaine and The Everygirl