In the famed Ansonia building on the Upper West Side, this project was an exercise in space efficiency. Owing to the building's history as a hotel in the early 1900s, the apartment was a combination of two original units. This resulted in disproportionate room sizes and antiquated fixtures. With kids in the house, it was essential for the owner's to have a larger, eat-in kitchen, which was further enhanced by upgraded cabinetry and finishes. Two children's rooms were recreated with more appropriate sizes, and the resulting efficiency in the layout provided the owners with a kid's lounge, which did double-duty as a third/guest bedroom.


Furnishings & Decoration by Butter & Eggs LLC

Construction by Mission Construction