An Earthy And Elemental Urban Home
Golf Asia|October 2020
An Earthy And Elemental Urban Home
Metal And Stone Reflect The Identity of One Jewellery Designer
In Tenafly, New Jersey, the natural elements of metal and stone form the basis for an interior design project that is luxurious yet inviting, dominated by a warm, neutral palette. “We wanted a strong sense of earthiness in the home,” says interior designer Jessica Gersten, who noted how that would contrast with the newly built home’s white, minimalist shell. “We wanted there to be a connection to nature. There is a little bit in every single room.”

Said connection to nature was a mandate of homeowner Danielle Gregory, a designer and curator of jewellery collections for private clients, and her husband, Troy Gregory. Further inspiration for the exclusive design came from the Amangiri resort in the Utah desert, a commanding arrangement of geometric concrete planes that artfully play off the region’s rugged beauty, decorated with items in natural materials, hues and textures. This may seem an unlikely influence for an interior design project in suburban New Jersey, but for the Gregorys, the resort’s organic principles and monumental scale created a sense of serenity they aimed to replicate.

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October 2020