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by Grace McGettigan
21st Nov 2019

Karlie Kloss townhouse

Looking for some interior design inspiration? Karlie Kloss’ townhouse in the West Village is a must-see


Karlie Kloss’ New York City townhouse is on the market for $2,750,000. The fashion model, who is originally from Chicago, is saying farewell to her home in the West Village. It seems its private location, balcony and garden are no longer what the 27-year-old needs.

Located on Charles Street, the three-level home boasts bright and spacious living accommodation.

Karlie Kloss via Instagram

The living room, for example, has 12-foot ceilings and multiple seating areas. Its white walls and ceiling make it feel larger still, with modern art and plants adding warmth and colour.

The eat-in kitchen comes with steel appliances, including an oven and dishwasher. There is also a marble-look countertop and splashback, as well as ample storage space. The entire space feels chic and feminine.

The house is styled with earthy tones and textures. From wicker and rattan furniture to straw-coloured wallpaper, these small design choices make the place feel homely.

This warmth contrasts nicely with glass furniture (such as the coffee table in the living) and steel appliances in the kitchen. The entire space is varied, yet well balanced.

Meanwhile, the master bedroom is bright, with plain cream carpet and white soft furnishings (including curtains, cushions and sheets). There is also a private balcony with an outdoor seating area.

Whether you’re moving into a new home or sprucing up your current abode, here’s how to get the look of Karlie Kloss’ New York City townhouse:

BRUNSTA Pendant ceiling lampshade

€17 from IKEA

Christensen Mirror

£175 from Wayfair

Christensen+Mirror

Sika-Design’s Fleur Chair

€365 from Finnish Design Shop

Sika-Design’s Fleur chair

 

Washed linen cushion cover

€9.99 from H&M Home

 

Allure Wing Base Coffee Table

€321 from oneliving.ie

2-pack curtain lengths

€19.99 from H&M Home

Brisa Linen Duvet Cover + 2 Pillowcases

£109 from Made

 

FLÅDIS Basket

€15 from IKEA

Coffee Table Book
Fashion Designers A–Z

€30 from Taschen.com

Feature photo: Karlie Kloss via Instagram


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