The residence is a gorgeous apartment in Brooklyn originally built in 1901 and recently renovated and designed by Rozit Arditi, Arditi Design, for a young family.

The couple comes from two very colorful backgrounds, Turkish and Indian. They were looking for a home that reflect their vibrant cultures and personalities. Arditi Design wanted to break the white box look of the home by bringing in different colors and layering patterns through bold wallpaper choices in every room.

When selecting the furnishings and accessories, Arditi Design curated a mix of statement pieces with kid-friendly materials to create a home that feels happy and comfortable as soon as you walk in without it being too pretentious or stylized. The apartment welcomes you with the bold Eskayel wallpaper in the living and dining room. A large outdoor terrace wraps around the apartment for additional entertaining.

The goal for the primary bedroom was to create a layered and serene look. The subtle pattern of the Rebecca Atwood wallpaper is grounded with the darker shade of the draperies. Variations in the scale of the bedding patterns and the textures bring the room together and make the space feel light, airy, and carefully curated. In the children's bedroom, a red Room & Board bunk bed pairs with wallpaper by Studio Ditte.

Rozit loves layering: creating rooms with a bold mix of patterns, using textures and unexpected colors together. Rozit spent much of her childhood with one of the owners, growing up together in Turkey. The familiarity and decades-long friendship with the homeowners perfectly fit Rozit’s colorful design aesthetic.



The apartment is a duplex with 1,415 square feet that includes three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and two terraces.

Rozit Arditi, Arditi Design


Claire Esparros