This is the ever colorful, perfectly tasteful, and beautifully curated TriBeCa loft of Bethenny Frankel. It's 3,400 square feet of pure goodness. I knew I loved this woman. Here are my favorite elements:
1. The neutral walls in the public living spaces, decorated with pops of bold color and BIG art. Small art is a pet peeve of mine, especially on gigantic walls like hers! :)
2. Her daughter's room is sweet and elegant. I love little girl's rooms that don't feel too "little girl"...know what I'm sayin'?!
3. That. Wallpaper. Enough said.... but I will say more :) One of the best ways to design a large room with tall ceilings is to highlight that feature and play it up with an equally large pattern. A small patterned wallpaper would have been way too busy on that big scale wall. This organic flower paper is soft, neutral, but with a touch of whimsy, while the rest of the room is sophisticated and a bit traditional. The wallpaper is the perfect touch to this sassy girl's haven.
What's your favorite part?
I'm pretty sure it's safe to say her condo is great. On a side note, have you tried her cocktail line, Skinny Girl? It's quite delicious and easy on the calories!