Home Tour | 443 Greenwich by Sissy + Marley Interior Design


Located in a pre-war building in New York City, this spacious loft is home to the Dell family of four, along with their pet yorkie. Its central location and timeless design elements make this space an unbeatable and absolutely beautiful dream home.

Design by Sissy and Marley | Photography by Marco Ricca


The Foyer

Entering the loft from a private elevator reveals a simple, yet breathtaking entrance space. Dramatic black and white art pieces adorn white walls, which contrast the striking black lighting fixtures. Large tile flooring visually separates the room from the rest of the home’s wood plank floors. The space is complete with an oversized round mirror and long console.


The Living Room

The main living area incorporates the same subdued palette from the foyer, which is carried throughout the home. The timeless combination of wood tones and neutral materials creates a modern and inviting space to relax and entertain. Geometric elements like the rug, coffee table, and wall paneling add a crisp, clean vibe.


The Dining Room

The open-concept living area leads into the dining area, which features a stately bubble chandelier. Arched windows and an oval dining table soften the sharper elements in the space, creating balance. The tone of the barrel-backed dining chairs perfectly compliments the room’s wood flooring, standing mirror, accent stool, and console table. Want to learn how to beautifully mix wood tones like this in your own home? Check out our 6 Tips for Mixing Wood Tones in Home Design!


The Kitchen

This home’s custom kitchen evokes a much richer and more masculine feeling. Dark floor-to-ceiling cabinetry and black marble counters line the space, which is centered by a spacious, metal island. Whether it’s open shelving, fluted glass-fronts, or striking hardware, this kitchen’s cabinets hits all the marks for storage and style. Geometric pieces, such as the black and white runner, are featured in this area of the home as well.


The Banquette

Directly off of the kitchen lies a an additional eating area with enough seating for the whole family and then some. An oversize, typographic art piece is featured above the wall-to-wall bench seating. Elements in a sleek black finish, such as the lighting fixtures, dining chairs, china cabinet contrast the space’s lighter features like the dining table, walls, and island countertop.


The Master Bedroom

The loft’s arched windows bring in loads of natural light to this minimalistic master bedroom. A large canopy frame over the bed creates a bold statement and adds a focal point to the room. A funky accent chair provides seating beside the dresser and is complimented by skinny, black floor lamp. The master closet is a dream all on its own, with large orb lighting, walls of storage, and a floor-length mirror.


The Master Bathroom

Located off of the a master bedroom is bathroom that feels just as luxurious. Contrasting walls of dark and light marble create balance in the space, and an elongated hex tile floor adds texture and visual interest. The hanging round mirror is both functional and stylish, as its soft profile feels light and inobtrusive.


The Playroom

The Dell family wanted to create a place for their two kids to play games, be creative, and do homework. This playroom, with its starry wallpaper and soft elements, is the perfect environment for just that! The space also features a playful chandelier and large cork boards for showing off artwork and staying organized. Toys and other knick-knacks are safely stowed away in built-in cabinetry.


The Boy’s Room

The boy’s bedroom puts a modern spin on a traditional sports-themed room. The black and white color palette add a touch of sophistication, while also corresponding with the rest of the home’s interior. A simple gridded wallpaper is used to create a feature wall behind the lofted beds.


The Girl’s Room

A refreshing palette of pinks and whites makes this room a dream come true for any little girl. The dollhouse wardrobe and under-bed storage prodive lots of space to stow away clothes and toys. A fluffy white swing suspended from the ceiling makes you feel like you’re literally floating on a cloud!


The Laundry Room

In-home laundry in New York City is a pretty sought-after commodity, so for this busy family it was a must. This small space was transformed into a functional laundry area with just a few hooks, baskets, and cabinets!


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