Look inside this French, Upper East Side apartment

Upper east side apartment by ethnic chic

A new Upper East Side apartment by designer Billy Cotton. A French interior design look with fabrics from Pierre Frey, Baguès chandeliers and real Jacques Adnet chairs. Have look inside!

Brilliant Billy Cotton

Rising star Billy Cotton is a young designer from New York, who has a degree from Pratt Institute and a Brooklyn studio filled with experimental pieces. Before that, he never heard of industrial design. Today his work includes architecture, interiors, furniture, lighting and product design. This is where he lives.

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Raw Silk & Glass Chandelier

The library bedroom in the picture below includes a Verdure tapestry and Baguès chandelier, offset by Cotton’s own custom-made shelving. In the left you see a red Henri Caillon armchair in front of raw silk curtains by Schumacher.

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Upper east side apartment by ethnic chic

Soft fabrics with vintage look

A living room with Art Deco curtains from Pierre Frey and two lovely 18th-century French chairs from Brownrigg in England and a vintage Oushak rug from Eliko in New York City. The fireplace mantel is originally from the Plaza Hotel, with light fixtures by Cotton.

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Study Room & Guest Bathroom

The study is dressed up with a Jacques Adnet chair from Maison Gerard and sconces from the Urban Electric CoThe guest bathroom with fixtures by Waterworks and tiles from Ann Sacks

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Credits: New York Times
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