When John Derian and his wife came to own an entire floor of an 1850s East Village building in Manhattan, he was adamant about maintaining as much integrity as possible all the while adding his own unique decor tastes. Thoughtfully underdone, each room exudes its natural beauty, but also offers functionality and purpose. From Derian’s decision to keep the original 19th century sink and countertop in the kitchen to redoing entirely the bathroom, even with the new touches, the look is inline with the period of the building. Have a look here at the before photos and read the entire interview.
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