It wasn't easy combining gothic and contemporary in a house in the South! Here's what I ended up with.... (If you look closely, you can see my T Strap black and white platform shoe displayed under the glass bell by the lamp...)
Ross’ Hat Factory Home
Name: RossLocation: New York, New York I live in a 560 sq. ft loft studio in Greenwich Village in NYC. The building I live in was originally built as a hat factory at the turn of the century so it has very tall ceilings (13 ft) in addition to other industrial features and details.My apartment is split over 2 levels on the main floor with an additional sleeping/storage loft studio and filled with very interesting art and other objects that I have collected during my travels.Thanks, Ross!
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