Nicole Fuller Creates a Haven of Chic in Downtown Manhattan
For a model unit at 111 Leroy, the designer employed a series of bold moves fit for a “cool” West Village buyer.
Nicole Fuller tries to inject a bit of glamour into everything she does. Her swanky model unit at 111 Leroy—the soon-to-be completed luxury residential project rising in New York's West Village—is no exception. Nine condominiums and five single-family townhouses will make up the project, which was designed by New York–based architecture firm Workshop/APD and developed by PMG. On the day of our walk-through, Fuller arrived in vintage Lanvin stiletto booties, hiked confidently past scenes of construction, and whisked me into a sumptuous lair seemingly miles from the bustling streets below.
Though designed for a hypothetical client, Fuller’s touches feel personal. The beds in each room are dressed in her favorite Gingerlily sheets—made of decadent silk, naturally—while the floors don luxe rugs by the Rug Company, with which Fuller launched a collection in 2016. And the art on display includes standout works by Stanley Casselman and colorful, abstract confections by Alexander Yulish, Fuller’s husband. (The two artists also work out of the same New York studio space.) As Fuller puts it, “I think it’s nice to show, especially in a model unit, the greatest possibility of what can be.” AD PRO caught up with Fuller to hear how she enlivened the space.
In the kitchen, ceramic vessels by Danny Kaplan Studio line the open shelves. The space also features Statuary marble, Wolf appliances, Sub-Zero refrigerators and freezers, and Dornbracht faucets. ITALKRAFT fabricated the kitchens.
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