Rough and tumble Among the sophisticated set, Nolita is the hippest place to see and be seen – designer vintage shops and line-around-the-block restaurants are tucked away on every street. And you can't get much closer to the scene than in this rugged home, a bachelor pad that pairs a roughhewn aesthetic of exposed bricks and wood with sleek design touches, like the kitchen’s glossy light pendants. You're only steps from the choicest boutiques and eateries, and every September the annual Feast of San Gennaro is held just beyond your doorstep. Grindmaster Your host exults in the thrill of rugby and likes to ride through the streets of Manhattan on his bike. After a long day's work his drink of choice is a glass of scotch whisky, and his softer side opens up when he strums a few chords on his guitar. Urban grit With all the unfinished, recycled hardwoods, this masculine home may seem a little rough around the edges – but a keen sense of style has transformed it into a debonair domicile that's the perfect balance of refinement and charm. A white linen sofa sits atop the industrial wood floor of the living area, while concrete counters top the same in the kitchen. Antiques, like the vintage radio and mesh display cabinet, lend a nostalgic vibe, and quirky reclaimed signs share wall space with chic black and white photography. When you're ready to crash, retire to the laidback comfort of the bedroom, where there’s more reclaimed furniture and a wood-framed bed.
Basin, Bath with integrated shower, toilet
Breakfast bar, coffee machine, freezer, hob (gas), oven, refrigerator, toaster, ...
King size bed, air-conditioning
Apple TV, TV, air-conditioning
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