After moving to NYC a few years ago, interior designer Tali Roth joined the Homepolish team of designers. Roth and her husband moved into their Columbus Circle apartment, where she created a cozy, modern space that is the perfect environment for raising their brand-new baby boy.

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Rooted in textured neutrals, like whites and creams, the bright and airy apartment also features accents of gold and black.

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Colorful artwork pops against the white walls.

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A U-Turn Swivel Chair, by Niels Bendtsen, and the Paulistano Armchair, by Paulo Mendes da Rocha, round out the seating area of the main living space.

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A playhouse made by Rogue Built offers a place for the baby to play while Roth gets some work done at her Blu Dot desk.

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The nursery keeps in line with Roth’s aesthetic and isn’t too gender specific.

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The swing lamps, from Schoolhouse Electric, bring a richness to the master bedroom.

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A reading corner is decked out with a Blu Dot Toro Lounge chair and a Gubi grasshopper lamp, along with a simple sheepskin.

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Minimalist stools from Urban Outfitters sit in the entryway which is painted with a steely paint (Benjamin Moore Wrought Iron).

Photos by Claire Esparros.