Inside a New York Style Blogger's Dream First Apartment

Vivacious colors and distinctive furnishings really set the (cheerful!) mood.

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Jonny Valiant
Through vivacious colors and distinctive furnishings, designer Christina Murphy Pisa and her associate Nina Carbone, help Sarah Rose live the polished, pretty life she writes about.
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The Inspiration
"I wanted a happy place, a place that feels good even when it's gray outside and all I want to do is stay in and watch a movie," style blogger Sarah Rose of says. "But this isn't in-your-face cheerful; it's classic and timeless. It will still work for me when I'm 30 or even 40."
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Entry
In the entry, stools covered in a purple velvet, Romo's Zola, next to heirloom chairs covered in Designers Guild's Varese make for an unexpected combination of colors that grabs attention right away.
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Unique Accents
Lemony grass cloth, Phillip Jeffries's Juicy Jute, lifts the entry's low ceiling and draws the eye to the modern glass fixture by HelenBilt.
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Vibrant Art
Bella, an Australian shepherd, poses on the custom-painted floor that defines the entry. Painting by Natasha Law, represented by Voltz Clarke.
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Jonny Valiant
Living Room
For a buoyant atmosphere in the living room, the designer took a vibrant shade of yellow and ran with it. Armchairs in Designers Guild's Varese flank a Sherrill Furniture sofa covered in Rogers & Goffigon's Toccata. Stark's ZB Miletus rug and walls painted in Benjamin Moore's White Wisp are calming touches. Roman shades in Mally Skok Design's Samode.
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Dining Room
Hickory Chair's Bistro banquette, upholstered in a Manuel Canovas fabric, can accommodate a crowd. Saarinen table, Design Within Reach. Cosy lantern, the Urban Electric Co.
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<p>Swathe rooms in this&nbsp;natural woven wall­paper for warmth and&nbsp;texture.&nbsp;Bonus: It&nbsp;helps muffle noise.&nbsp;</p>
Den
Walls in Phillip Jeffries's Juicy Jute create a cocoon-like vibe in the den, which doubles as a guest room with a daybed in Lulu DK's Bailey. Vintage chair in Pindler's Yale. Vintage coffee table. Lamp, Circa Lighting.
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Den
Orange is the accent color that warms up the den. Sherrill Furniture's Clinton ottoman in Clarence House's New Nice.
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Master Bedroom
Pink adds soothing femininity to the master bedroom, where a bed skirt and headboard are in Manuel Canovas's Brasilia. The mirrored bedside table from Pottery Barn sparkles against Farrow & Ball's Lotus wallpaper.
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Powder Room
"I'm pretty sure this stripe is supposed to be hung vertically, but I love it this way!" Sarah Rose says about Farrow & Ball's Five Over Stripe wallpaper. It brings a bold touch to the powder room. A painting by Sara Eichner adds a pop of orange.
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Guest Room
A tufted headboard in Lee Jofa's Sonoma adds a traditional note to the guest room. Bedside table, Wisteria. Brussels lamp, Bungalow 5. Linens, Serena & Lily. Rug, Stark. Bench, Interlude. Walls painted in Benjamin Moore's Shoreline. Read the interview with the designer and homeowner. This story originally appeared in the May 2015 of CQ
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