The Ferrer Apartment in Chelsea Draws Inspiration from the Great Outdoors

By: Jana Pijak - Apr 17, 2015
References: archiscene.net
Spacious NYC apartments are a dime a dozen and will often cost a staggering amount for those who plan to live in the heart of the city. The Ferrer Apartment in Chelsea is one of these rare spaces and is a residence that blends together contemporary and rustic elements. Offset with its white walls, the apartment's furnishings reference nature and draw inspiration from the great outdoors.

The Ferrer Apartment in Chelease boasts rustic wood storage units and benches along with striking chairs by designer Ricardo Fasanello. The residence is also home to paintings by Jed Ochmanek and features other designer staples by lighting creator Kacper Dolatowski and designer Billy Cotton.

Displayed within a clean shell, fur, wood and stone textures nod to the great outdoors and take residents to a cozy and rustic world.