Designer Victoria Solomon of Victoria Elizabeth Design has a knack for combining styles, colors, and influences, as evidenced in her own Midtown Manhattan home. The one-bedroom apartment features an open-concept layout with the living and dining areas combined, and contains a variety of intriguing textures, colors, vintage pieces, and eye-catching artwork. With a self-described “masculine-glam” aesthetic, the designer leans toward dark, rich-colored spaces peppered with brass accents and luxurious textures like velvet and fur—all of which are prominently featured in her home. A smart space plan, design patience, and fearless use of color make for a compelling combination in this big city, small space.
Keep scrolling to take a full tour of the chic yet accessible home.
1stdibs Pace Collection Brass and Glass Table ($3800)
1stdibs James Mont Black Lacquer lounge chair ($1400)
Benjamin Moore Bittersweet Chocolate #2114-10 ($38 and up)
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