domino editor deborah needleman’s tribeca loft


These are images from Domino editor Deborah Needelman’s cool apartment in Tribeca, New York. The living room shows Deborah’s taste for pale and off-white colours. The apartment is a mix of Swedish table and chairs and big, cheap paper lanterns. In the master bedroom (right image), a mica-tiled globe hangs above a headboard Needleman designed and had made.

The daughter’s room is done up in inexpensive sari fabric from Queens, while their son’s room has a Paul Smith rug.

(via New York Magazine)

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7 Responses to domino editor deborah needleman’s tribeca loft

  1. Very elegant and relaxed.

  2. Very elegant and relaxed.

  3. I have lusted over her space for ages. It is beautiful. But she also has some great stuff to work with. That light! Those ceilings! I want, I want, I want!

  4. that couch in her den area looks like the perfect duo of clean lines and comfort. Does anyone know where it’s from or of a similar one?

  5. love her place – and her before/after timeline in the domino book was my fave too. it’s funny when you flip back through some issues of domino – you’ll see her home has been used to shoot several features, just didn’t know it at the time!

  6. Great apartment! oh how I wish I could life in an apartment in New York…*sigh* ;o)
    Sunny greetings from germany, geisslein

  7. wow. Great apartement. It is beautiful. But she also has some great stuff to work with.

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