Consort Tribeca: Contemporary Interiors

We went on a walk through the Tribeca neighborhood in NYC recently and came across the coolest contemporary furniture store we’ve happened upon in a while. My daughter, who is 12-years-old, fell in love with all of the decor and so did I. (FYI, I am marveled by this because we don’t ever agree when it comes to taste in just about anything).

It does not hurt that the salesperson, he really felt like a shopping mate, was informative and super sweet. I think he was from Brooklyn (lol). Let’s take a look at some of the cool furniture we saw at Consort:

Luxe Livingroom

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The Tribeca store is small but is two levels. The first level is filled with cool marbles, gold and wood pieces for the living space.
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This pink velour chair ties the entire living room space together. The contrast of the soft pink chair and black sofa works. The mudcloth throw pillows are a moment.

 

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A black and white striped pillow adds depth to the pink chair.
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The gold accented accessories accentuated the rich green banana leaves.

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Looking downstairs at the bedroom furniture.

Beautiful Bedroom

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The pillows/cushions used on the bed is the same tonal range that we see in the chair and sofa in the living room space. A great piece of art ties that picks up all of the feeling in the furniture makes the eyes and room pop.
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Amazing! Comfy and stylish.
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Us.

Before we go…how cool is this surfboard?

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2 thoughts on “Consort Tribeca: Contemporary Interiors

    1. It is indeed. I’m in love with the gold accents and mudcloth inspired pillows. You can definitely get lots of inspiration here and get pieces or make your own if you are craftsy.

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