Our friends at Dering Hall take us through one of Pappas Miron’s colorful projects in Manhattan. Spot the various transformed textiles found at the D&D Building in the story below. 

As they proved in their living room at this year’s Kips Bay Showhouse, Alexandra Pappas and Tatyana Miron of Pappas Miron have a knack for infusing tradition with freshness and exuberant color. In an Upper East Side prewar apartment for a young family with two boys, the duo created vibrant, luxurious rooms that work for both grand occasions and everyday relaxation.  

The living room is spacious enough to encompass two seating areas. On the more formal side, a sofa by DeAngelis is upholstered in a Holland & Sherry velvet, and the vintage chairs are covered in sheepskin by Edelman Leather; the coffee table is a custom design, and the rug is by Beauvais Carpets.

On the opposite side of the living room, designed for everyday family gatherings, the custom sectional is covered in a Manuel Canovas fabric, the vintage chair is upholstered in a Fortuny fabric, the linen-wrapped coffee table is by Matthews & Parker, and an inlaid hall table from Sutter Antiques is topped with a Christopher Spitzmiller lamp fitted with a custom shade made from a Claremont fabric. 

(Left) Entry hall (Right) Dining room/library

The entry hall is sheathed in a custom Gracie silk wallpaper. The antique console is from Balsamo Antiques, the Oushak rug is from Chaman Antique Rugs, and the custom mirror is by Steven Amedee. 

The dining room/library features an antique table large enough to serve as a work table. The chairs were found at Doyle Auctions, a sisal carpet from Beauvais Carpets is layered with an antique rug from Chaman Antique Rugs, and the custom light fixture is from Nicholas Antiques.

(Left) Kitchen (Right) Office

The stools in front of the kitchen island are by Janus et Cie.

The office, which also serves as a guest room, is lacquered in a rich brown by Fine Paints of Europe; the custom sectional is upholstered in a Sunbrella fabric, the window shades are of a Claremont fabric, the coffee table is by CB2, the artwork is by Frank Stella, and the Moroccan carpet is from Apadana Fine Rugs.

The master bedroom walls are upholstered in a Claremont velvet, the bed is a custom design, the antique chest was found at an auction, and the custom rug is by Beauvais Carpets.

The wood and horsehair cabinet at the foot of the bed is from Roman Thomas, the antique chair, which was found at 145 Antiques, is upholstered in a fabric by Studio Four NYC, and the antique blue-and-white lamps sport custom shades from Trans-luxe. 

In a son’s bedroom, a custom ceiling treatment echoes the bright color scheme.

The millwork in the mudroom is lacquered in a color by Fine Paints of Europe and the walls are sheathed in a paper by Quadrille.

See the original story on Dering hall here