An apartment in a stately Greenwich Village building is transformed into a Parisian fantasy of youthful energy and joie de vivre when fashion designer Giovanna Randall teams up with a kindred spirit, decorator Fawn Galli.
The living room features custom-made sofas, upholstered in a velvet by Rose Cumming, 1950s Swedish floor lamps, a 1960s cocktail table, and a neon work by Iván Navarro over a Louis XVI marble mantel; the vintage sconces are by J.T. Kalmar, and the antique rug is Persian.
New York fashion designer Giovanna Randall, in front of a painting by Guillame Paturel, in the living room of her family's Greenwich Village apartment, which was designed by Fawn Galli.
Jacques Adnet chairs from the 1950s surround the custom-made dining table, the chandelier is by Peter Mikic, and the walls are upholstered in an Old World Weavers damask; the painting is by Jackie Saccoccio, and the floor is white oak.
Custom-made doors lead to Randall's office; the orange swivel chair is by Jean Royère.
The custom-made sofa in the media room is covered in a velvet by Rose Cumming, the 1955 side table is by Mathieu Matégot, and the 1970s floor lamp is Italian; the walls are sheathed in a Roger Arlington grass cloth, and the rug is by Jan Kath.
The living room's vintage stools are covered in a Neisha Crosland fabric, the painting is by Agnes Barley, and the curtains are of a Jim Thompson silk with a custom ombré dye.
The master bedroom's bed, nightstand, console, and bedding are all custom made by Fawn Galli Interiors, the 1950s Royère chair is covered in a Dedar fabric, and the 1960s ceiling fixture is German; the curtains are of a Larsen silk, the tiebacks are by P.E. Guerin, and the walls are painted in Farrow & Ball's All White.
In Randall's dressing room, 1970s sconces by Philippe Lambert flank an 1820 Austrian gilt mirror above a Louis XVI fireplace; the walls are upholstered in a fabric by Abigail Borg.
This house tour originally appeared in the October 2015 issue of ELLE DECOR. Read more about the home here.