Though interior designer Tony Stavish frequently works with large-scaled projects, his own apartment is a mere 500 square feet. So Tony dreamed up creative ways to make every square inch stylish such as adding art to kitchen cabinets and removing bedroom doors.
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Tour This $5.4M, Peaceful Oasis In The Hollywood Hills
Homeowner Sonya Powell and her husband designed this 5,200-square-foot, four-bedroom, five-bath house in Los Angeles for her family with clean lines and a crisp palette to better showcase organic elements such as travertine floors, hollowed-out palm trees and a Buddha carved from stone. A stunning courtyard with an infinity pool, fountain and views of downtown L.A. also bring a serene vibe to the residence. For more information on this property, which is listed at $5,395,000, please contact Joe Convery of Signature Properties at 310.806.0708.
This episode of Open House was hosted from 484 Greenwich Street, an $11.2 million, three-bedroom apartment in New York City. For more information about 484 Greenwich Street, contact Halstead Property's Debra Ortega or Richard Orenstein at 212-381-4206 or 212-381-4248. View the listing.
On last weekend’s Open House National show, art consultant Emily Greenspan
showed us that buying paintings, sculptures and other creative works at the gallery doesn't have to be an intimidating experience. Homeowner Sonya Powell welcomed us into her $5.4 million house in the Hollywood Hills, where modern style mixes with natural elements (watch the video below). Then Chicago-based interior designer Tony Stavish worked his magic on his 500-square-foot apartment, which is filled with great ideas for small spaces (watch the video above). For country lovers, Caren and Olof Nelson’s $9 million getaway in Southport, CT is a bucolic beauty (view the video below). Finally, stylesetter Jonathan Adler taught us how to get the Palm Beach look (watch the segment below).