88&90 Lexington is an architectural anomaly that celebrates the marriage of old and new by merging a classic pre-war building with a modern post-war building in the heart of NoMad, one of Manhattan’s most exciting neighborhoods. 88 Lexington, the pre-war building, is home to a stunning three-bedroom, three and a half bathroom residence designed exclusively by interior-decorating retailer RH (formerly known as Restoration Hardware). Incorporating pieces from its “RH Modern” line, which offer a more contemporary feel, the 2,319 square feet apartment is listed for $4,720,000.
Restoration Hardware is an American home-furnishings company headquartered in Corte Madera, California. RH is a curator of design, taste and style in the luxury lifestyle market, offering furniture, lighting, textiles, rugs, bathware, décor and outdoor, as well as baby and child and teen products.
Neutral furnishings run throughout the residence, providing a calming color palette, while artfully placed bold accents offer a bit of character and playfulness. The home’s graciously scaled living room features a massive, plush washed Belgian linen white sectional emboldened by a 60” cast root coffee table in a bronze finish. Other accents in the living room include a Bezier panel six-door media console and Niccolo floating leaner mirror bronze finish.
The kitchen boast a concrete pier round dining table with a Pauillac round chandelier above it, as well as a porthole bar and La Salle medal-wrapped glass sideboard and hutch.
The master bedroom acts as the ultimate sanctuary, featuring a four-posted Belgian white linen canopy bed, brown oak nightstand and dresser with gold detailing and white ottoman and chair. Bold décor such as a brass steer skull, Nomon clock and avant-garde canvases and artwork adorn the walls throughout the residence, emphasizing the its gallery-inspired walls and creating a clean, timeless aesthetic with a modern touch.