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.
Rooted in textured neutrals, like whites and creams, the bright and airy apartment also features accents of gold and black.
Colorful artwork pops against the white walls.
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.
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.
The nursery keeps in line with Roth’s aesthetic and isn’t too gender specific.
The swing lamps, from Schoolhouse Electric, bring a richness to the master bedroom.
A reading corner is decked out with a Blu Dot Toro Lounge chair and a Gubi grasshopper lamp, along with a simple sheepskin.
Minimalist stools from Urban Outfitters sit in the entryway which is painted with a steely paint (Benjamin Moore Wrought Iron).
Photos by Claire Esparros.