Foley & Cox Designed This Modern Home’s Stunning Interior

Designed by a firm based in Hudson, this home embodies a modern aesthetic while avoiding cold minimalism.

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When a fashion executive and his wife were beginning a new chapter of their lives and wanted a modern design aesthetic that avoided cold minimalism, they turned to New York-based design firm Foley & Cox. The firm, whose retail store is based in Hudson, is renowned for serene spaces subtly layered with color and texture that create a sense of welcome and comfort. The result? A warm, timeless, elegant home.

living room
Sitting Pretty: In the living room, four chocolate brown armchairs, rather than an expected sofa, circle the pair of round glass cocktail tables by Desiron.
Foley & Cox outdoor living
The great outdoors: Connecticut bluestone walls, the epitome of garden living, are the backdrop for the outdoor living room, made cozy with a woven rug from Annie Selke. The overscale cocktail table accommodates drinks and casual meals in front of the fire. The teak swivel chairs are from Brown Jordan. The wall lantern is from Troy Lighting.
modern bedroom
Sweet dreams: The guest room features a Noguchi light fixture and an upholstered bed from Serena & Lily with bedside lamps from Ralph Lauren Home. A group of Asian prints above the bed brings in layers of pattern and cultural interest.
Foley & Cox dining area
Fine dining: The upholstered dining chairs from Artistic Frame surround a pedestal table made by Richomme that expands to seat 12. The modern chandelier is from Ralph Lauren Home. Above the fireplace, Wide Oak by David Konigsberg.
modern living area
All together now: The family room has a wood-beamed coffered ceiling inset with Philip Jeffries grasscloth, and a pair of paintings by Ethan Boisvert above woven rattan consoles by Ralph Lauren Home. The Artistic Frame armchairs, upholstered in Holland & Sherry fabric, soften an overscale steel and glass cocktail table. The ceiling grid pattern intentionally repeats the pattern of the floor covering. Floor-to-ceiling shelving in natural stained white oak showcases the owner’s collection and can be accessed with a contemporary library ladder.
Foley & Cox living area

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