A look into the house of business woman Rony Vardi

A look into the house of business woman Rony Vardi

The owner of the luxury jewelry boutique Catbird resides in an oversized brownstone in New York City. The house was built in 1905. The additional alterations took Vardi and her husband two years. The business woman had then taken over the general design decisions and the impressive facility itself. Now you have the opportunity to take a look at the great interior design of the house.

Townhouse owned by Rony Vardi-The sandstone old building has four bedrooms and three bathroom-detached two-storey luxury New York

Townhouse owned by Rony Vardi


The house has four bedrooms and three bathrooms. The biggest change in the floor plan was the integration of the kitchen and the dining and living room into an open spacious space. The result is a generous and airy atmosphere, emphasized only by the French doors. The room leads out to the backyard, which has been fitted with artificial turf.

Living area consisting of kitchen, living and dining room-The textiles have a purposeful used-look-spacious spacious living area French doors eclectic decor

The living area consists of kitchen, living and dining room

Backyard with floor tile and artificial grass-The owner also takes care of her own lemon tree backyard townhouse family house New York entertainment area

Backyard with interesting flooring and artificial turf

The interior includes a variety of antique pieces of furniture, as well as flea market finds and worn floor carpets in a vintage look. The hanging plants also create a relaxed atmosphere.

Living room with many posters and eclectic single pieces-living room furnishings Detached house townhouse design wooden furniture

Living room with many posters and eclectic pieces

In white-painted wooden beamed ceiling welcomes right at the entrance-family home furnishings leather sofa style mix remodeling

White-painted wooden beamed ceiling welcomes everyone at the entrance

The owner had also decided to preserve the structure of the original wooden floors.

Natural materials such as wood create a homely ambience - Original wooden floor from the 20th century living room family house French doors in white minimalist work desk

Natural materials such as wood, for example, provide a homely atmosphere

Once painted in pumpkin orange, the wooden floorboards in some rooms look bright white today. In this way, an authentic used look is achieved.

Deep windowsill and lots of light in the bright bedroom-Minimalist furnishings-Detached house decor bedroom white vintage

Deep windowsill and lots of light in the bright bedroom

Children's room with bunk beds in predominantly white-The wooden floors were originally in Kürbis-Orange-Einfamilienhaus nursery luxury house old building

Children's room with bunk beds predominantly in white

Natural materials such as wood, marble and brick create a cozy atmosphere. On the mantelpiece in the living room we see personal souvenirs, which contribute to the cozy feeling.

Cozy design was made by natural materials-Detached house in New York living area with open fireplace eclectic decor

This cozy design was created by natural materials

The simple design of the bathroom reveals the practicality of the homeowner. Not only in this room, but throughout the house, you will find sumptuous pieces of furniture and precious objects that tell a lot of history.

Classic bathroom with essential accessories family bathroom design simple vanity marble top brass faucet

Classic bathroom with essential accessories

The furnishing of the sandstone house is a fulfilled dream, says Mrs. Vardi, just as she had wished.

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