Interior designer Sarah Zohar was tasked with the challenge of merging two condos—her first-ever attempt at doing so—and creating a gallery-esque setting to display the homeowners’ large collection of Judaic art. The color scheme of the living room, with pops of blue on the chairs and pillows that sit atop the off-white Modloft sectional, was inspired by a large painting of a rabbi flanked by a blue background. Art, religion, family and culture are brought to life throughout the home with something interesting to see at every turn. “It was very challenging, and it took a lot of planning. We created 3D renderings of the walls and of the art, and we made changes along the way until we found the best fit,” explains Zohar, who worked like a museum curator, finding the perfect spot for each piece.
A classic and timeless all white kitchen is accompanied with custom cabinetry, ghost bar stools, neolith quartz countertops, a Susan Jablon tiled backsplash, dual cooktops, dual sinks, and a butler’s pantry.
A morada dining table is accompanied by a custom chandelier, custom quartz server and wine cellar. More of the client’s Judaic art is displayed to seamlessly tie the room together.
Wallcoverings are integrated into the ceiling design above the custom acrylic round table in the breakfast nook area.
The girls room features a custom wall unit, bunk beds, and desk, as well as JF Fabric wallcovering behind the beds, desk wall, and inside niches.
The Master Bedroom features custom closets, Phillip Jeffries wallcoverings, and Holly Hunt fabric for each custom upholstered pillow. The guest bathroom has a custom vanity and integrated vanity sink, chevron tile, and shower floor mosaic tile.
Photography by: Paul Stoppi