Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Sue Hostetler's East Village Home via NY Social Diary.


It’s been awhile since I visited one of my favourite sites; nysocialdiary.com. I always experience such a thrill when I visit and they are featuring a home that literally speaks to every inch of my design addict being.  This feature, Sue Hostetler’s home does just that and more.  Sue is a the Editor in Chief of Art Basel Miami Beach Magazine.




A coffered ceiling and a trampoline are winning combinations, don’t you think? The trampoline is for their son, Spencer.
This beautiful walnut cabinet hosts Sue’s and her hubby’s book collection.

really loving the coffee table…

The art work throughout the home is quite enviable too, especially these miniature versions of Spencer’s art.


Sue’s closet: I’m really smitten with those knobs!


very serene.




A  Prouvé  daybed bought dressed up with a throw from Jonathan Adler.

Ikea rug and bunk beds.

Spencer’s playroom











Are you inspired? I sure am. To read the accompanying and interesting interview with Sue, click here. Happy Tuesday my friends! XX

34 comments :

  1. OH WHAT A TREAT DEAREST! Yes, that coffee table AND the fireplace are MINE! Those rooms with the wall paper and the chalkboard...what fun spaces to CREATE! I HOPE YOU ARE WELL and enjoying time off..are you done with school? HAVE A GREAT DAY, Anita

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  2. Wow the spaces are cavernous feeling! Beautiful, dramatic with an artsy flair...love the fireplace..all fabulous.
    Have a great day and stop by doing an amazing giveaway for a gogeous Kilim bench!

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  3. Wow this space most be enormous! I so love love love her design style!

    AprilDenise

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  4. A trampoline indoors? Cool and so unorthodox! This is a beautiful space that oozes creativity...love it.

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  5. *sigh* - u might have been away from bloggin' a lil - but when ur back man ur BACK - this post is ummm LOVE - can i say EVERY SINGLE pic u chose has me OVER the moon smitten' - i staring at these with love!

    ps - i still can't comment "normally" - so i gotta do it this way - if u change ur comment setting to "open in new window" or "pop up window" then u should have NO more problems - just a heads up :o)

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  6. What a talented lady she is! I love the book collection and the little girl's room. Yhe light fixtures over the island are just gorgeous!! Thanks for sharing!

    XO,
    Jane

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  7. Sooo much creativity and inspiration!!! Thanks for sharing! :) ... Hope you are doing well!!!

    ♥ from © tanvii.com

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  8. It's so hard to believe that someone lives with all that fabulousness every day. I have big time envy!!

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  9. Ugh that's gorgeous!!! I live in the East Village and I can tell you that my place looks nothing like that. I'll keep dreaming :) xoxo

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  10. I saw this piece and LOVED it!! SO creative. I already pinned the the foyer because I adored the combo of the wallpaper and tiles. So much inspiration!!

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  11. All of this is just amazing, but my favorite?? The wall-to-wall chalkboard. What a fantastic inspiration board I could make!!

    Congratulations on your first day of summer break Stacey! Time for you to sit back and enjoy your little one, and your upcoming little one! I hope you are feeling fantastic!

    lisa.

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  12. Love the light fixtures in her home and the jersey print chairs caught my eye as well.

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  13. WOW! What.a.space!! I mean is this all in one place?!

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  14. Hey you!
    I love this house tour - it is super impressive, but has a 'realness' to it. The lack of 'styling' and perfection makes it all so much more approachable. I especially liked seeing a wardrobe that is as jammed and messy as mine! :)

    Darling, I am thrilled by your email. Will sit down and collate my thoughts in the next few days.

    Big hugs to you Z and the bump!
    xx C

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  15. ahhhhh! i love love love love LOVE the bathroom!!!

    allisterbee.blogspot.com

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  16. the stripes! love the stripes! and the kitchen. just fabulous,stacey. thank you. hope all is well. hugs to baby z.

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  17. Dear Stacey,

    That is fun, fun, FUN! It's the perfect feature to kick off a summer vacation. I don't know what it is about summer, but I always get the itch to re do and redecorate my home more than the usual spring like the masses! Good thing for my husbands wallet we will be gone most of the summer. I keep thinking since we are both in NC, we can't be too far apart to finally meet one day! Until then, we're headed out of the state until August. Loved this :)

    XO,

    Kelly

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  18. What a wonderful space...love the chalkboards and the kitchen light fixtures area fabulous!! Hope you are feeling well ~

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  19. Wow! Incredible space. Definitely inspiring! Thanks for sharing.

    http://www.badjoan.blogspot.com

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  20. That is such a lovely place...

    I always love a house with lots of books, artworks, and of course closets full of bags and shoes...
    And I adore the big nice chalkboard on the playroom.

    Love the house tour so much ♥

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  21. OH those stainless steel kitchens just make my heart sing! I have a French style kitchen but we just got a new stainless steel fridge that just sparkles and is SO CHIC! DEAREST STACY, thank you for coming over last night! Oh dearest, to HEAR THE BIRDS SING, to hear my fountain gurgle and hear the silence....I have THREE days of teachers' workshops to attend this week...ahhhhhh! Cold and dull conference rooms and long hours, but when I came home last night, I just reveled in the beauty of my humble home. HAVE A WONDERFUL BEGINNING OF THE SUMMER DEAR FRIEND as you anticipate another beautiful baby boy!!! MUCH LOVE, ANita

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  22. your blog gives me such a great ideas! i wish i had e house to decorate!!!!!!! I hope soon! :D


    Veronica
    blameboogie.blogspot.com

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  23. Great blog, I wish my mom was as hip as you. Love the bubble chair in the first photo.

    Please check out my blog on art, fashion, music, film and everything else at http://lifeisohsocrazy.blogspot.com/

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  24. Stacey, what a home! And the trampoline in the living room! Talk about a home designed for living & having fun!

    I am back from my whirlwind trip Sweden. Hard to get back into blogging but good to be back here!

    I have not seen you for a while. Hope all is well!

    Warm hugs

    Mon

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  25. The fact that the home shows signs of real life in it is a win in my eyes! So fun to see amazing design pieces and unique artwork in combination with trampoline and kids stuff....yes!!! Love this tour my friend...big hugs to you!

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  26. OMG totally inspired and in love with this. love the knobs, the bedroom, the kitchen, that office, and in general just love the entire modern style!

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  27. Stacey, these images are beyond wonderful! great selection! hugs hugs

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  28. Hi sweet friend!
    I for sure feel inspired by this home. Several views are stunning. Looove the art work and that some of the pieces are standing on the floor. Oh, and that huge collection of books- Amazing!!!
    Bedroom, Office...Mmmm, all in my taste!
    Happy Thursday dear!
    xoxo
    //Tina

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  29. Love the space but what is really fun is that Sue was a sorority sister of mine in college and grew up in the same small KS town I'm visiting now. Small, small world.

    xo Elizabeth

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  30. @Elizabeth, a small world indeed!:-)

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  31. I'm kind of stuck on the trampoline IN the house....that is awesome!

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  32. think im in love lol, thanks for stopping by my blog, had a great read through yours tonigh, its fab!!! x

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