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It's hard to be neutral

I'm passionate about the neutral tones of this Greenwich Village apartment by Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent. Love the biscuit and the taupe, the tan and the ecru, the caramels, creams and whites. Don't get me started on the Tobia Scarpa Soriana sofa, the lighting, the marble and the brass. I'm loving the bedroom and the matching shower and dressing room. No I'm definitely not on the fence about the gorgeous home that the pair share with their daughter Poppy. Perfect.

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Hudson House

There are two blaring omissions with this amazing house by Brooklyn/Miami based interior designer Jennifer Bunsa. 1) It does not belong to me and 2) I never knew that I really, really needed a ginormous macramé owl in my life. Seriously I need both. Now.

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More to love from Leanne Ford

I love this limited palette of whites and creams married with the deep warmth of the stained wooden walls. (Great inspiration for those faced with a renovation of retro examples.)  I love the luxury of a thick beni ourain rug against the raw concrete. I love the stone of the kitchen, the handthrown pottery and how the tile runs across the bathroom ceiling. I love the mid century classic pieces and the rough hewn wood. I love it all but then again I have professed my love for everything by L.A. and Pittsburgh-based interior designer Leanne Ford before.

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A model apartment

A historical building with soaring windows. Light flooding in to an apartment with exposed brick, reclaimed oak floors and marble. What a wonderful canvas to work with. 60 White Street, a model (display) apartment in New York's TriBeCa area by interior designer Magdalena Keck.

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A loft in Bilbao

Swoon. When am I moving in? By Mikel Larrinaga.