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Vintage furniture dominates the rooms. The thrill of the hunt is partly what draws Meisels to these pieces — as well as the endless customizations. "These items tend to be more whimsical and less expensive, with good-quality basics," she says. "I think this combination is what makes my home feel warm, inviting and a bit quirky while still maintaining its modernity."
Meisels designed the master bedroom with functionality in mind. She's not someone who remembers to hang up clothes consistently, and this is partly why she built the dividing wall behind the bed. A pass-through closet is tucked behind this wall; she can make a mess there and no one would know it from a glance into the bedroom. "If I had a traditional closet, my clothes would be piled on the floor in front," she says .
Wallpaper: Elitis, Fleurs Découpées; bedding: Matteo; bed frame: custom; sconce: vintage; chandelier: vintage