Sue Hostetler’s Hip New York Home
09 . 28 . 07
I have to admit that I don’t usually read Metropolitan Home. I flip through it but then decide that it’s boring and put it back on the rack but I might just have to start after the feature I just found on Sue Hostetler. Although, to be honest I stumbled upon it on that weird Point Click Home site while looking for a photo from ELLE Decor.
For those of you who don’t know, Sue Hostetler is the author behind the fabulous book Hip Hollywood Homes. If you haven’t seen it, you have to pick it up. It’s really great. I didn’t realize she lived in New York though, so it was exciting to see inside the Soho loft she shares with her husband. It’s clean and modern but not cold or stark with 14-foot ceilings and towering windows. I really love it and the decorator behind it, Valerie Pasquiou. Of course, what I really love is all that space. I’m so jealous! To read the entire article online, click here.
The office is the photo I saw and it really drew me in. I’m a sucker for a gallery wall and I think it’s nice to have a space you can close off from the rest of the loft, especially to work.
The daybed in the living room is by the famed French designer Jean Prouve, and was upholstered in Ultrasuede. The acadia wood Poof side table/stool is by Tucker Robbins.
In the “open study” a painting by Ross Neher hangs above a Lucite console and custom ottomans. The marble topped bronze table is from Blackman Cruz.
I love the metal metal vanities and steel framed doors in the master bathroom. They look exactly like something you’d fins in a hip New York restaurant like Pastis. I think it’s also nice to have a warmer bedroom sanctuary in a modern and mostly white home. But this white home is definitely not a boring white box. It was fun to peak inside this chic abode and if Sue Hostetler ever decides to write Hip New York Homes
, she should definitely include her own!
Photographed by Antoine Bootz