Located just a few blocks from the hubbub of Times Square, the Time New York Hotel recently revealed a multimillion-dollar redesign courtesy of the acclaimed Rockwell Group. Inspired by modern art and the concept of time, the property is part of a crop of recently renovated hotels sporting midcentury-modern design. The dressing room… in the Time New York Hotel’s penthouse suite… – inspired by a jewel box – features gold accents and marbled wallpaper.
The powder room is wrapped in Calico’s Lunaris Fog.
Lunaris Fog is featured in the special 120th anniversary issue of House Beautiful
In hindsight, it feels almost like fate that Nick and Rachel Cope would end up in the sprawling, historic Red Hook loft they now call home. After all, where else in New York City could they have found the room to showcase not one but six of the wallpaper collections they’ve created since 2012 as partners in the Brooklyn-based Calico? But in fact, the couple moved in years before they began working together, meaning that the walls were once white despite now seeming as if they’ve been adorned with marbled metallics, soothing ombrés, and dripping gold leaf for practically ever…
A podcast series taking you behind the scenes and inside the homes of New York City’s most influential Creators as they reveal their personal soundtrack to the city. Our guests this week are the founders of Calico Wallpaper, Rachel and Nick Cope.
Show hosted by Jonah Bayer
Lunaris Midnight shown above