Interior Crush: An 1800s Printing House Turned Luxe West Village Apartment – A Little Leopard Interior Crush: An 1800s Printing House Turned Luxe West Village Apartment – A Little Leopard
Interior Crush: An 1800s Printing House Turned Luxe West Village Apartment – A Little Leopard Interior Crush: An 1800s Printing House Turned Luxe West Village Apartment – A Little Leopard

Interior Crush: An 1800s Printing House Turned Luxe West Village Apartment – A Little Leopard Interior Crush: An 1800s Printing House Turned Luxe West Village Apartment – A Little Leopard

July 25, 2017 // decor· interior crushes

There is one thing I need you to know about this interior crush upfront: it has Alexander McQueen stairs.

I’m not even joking. Homepolish designer Becky Shea installed an Alexander McQueen on the entryway stairs, which really just sets the tone for the rest of the apartment.

The building was built in 1898 as a printing house and converted into apartments in the 1970s. Client Heather Summe and her husband moved in in 2014 and enlisted Becky’s help to renovate and design their space. The result? A light and airy home that’s also just dripping with glamour. Think lots and lots of marble:

The aforementioned Alexander McQueen entry stair runner.

This window looks at nothing but a brick wall, so Becky built in custom shelving.

How dreamy is this white and marble kitchen??

The painted tin ceiling and maple floors are both original features.

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Images: Sean Lichtfield for Homepolish