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Project of the Week

20th Street by Tali Roth Designs

Read time 4 minutes.

An expert in layering texture, shape and color, it’s no surprise that Tali Roth’s own home in Manhattan is the ultimate reflection of her exceptional attention to detail and subtle dramatics.

Take a quick tour of this project below.

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Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, Tali Roth began her design career by launching her self-titled fashion label in 2009. After six successful seasons, Tali diverted into the world of interior design and moved to New York City in late 2013.

“The idea behind 20th Street was to mix high and low, filling the loft space nicely so that it felt full and inviting,” said Tali. “It was important for the space to be comfortable without being shlumpy.”

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Without the restrictions of a client brief, Tali was able to use her space to push the limits, adding in moody details, vintage accessories and expressive artwork.

“My space is where I get to be experimental and have little failures without the implications of a client's response. I have a passion for mid-century furniture and am particularly influenced by Italian manufacturing during that period, which is where a lot of my truly special pieces come from.”

I have a passion for mid-century furniture and am particularly influenced by Italian manufacturing during that period, which is where a lot of my truly special pieces come from.
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When asked about her favourite spaces, the living room was a clear choice. "I love my living space to death. The sofa is so comfortable and luxurious against the large quintessential NYC loft windows. The artwork in the space gives it a strong sense of feeling like ‘ours' - we love moody art".

For its personal touch, her son's room is also among her favorites in the home. A labour of love, the hand-painted mural by Tali adds sentiment and individuality. “I hand-painted his mural when I was pregnant. It elevates the space, adding a really a cool and unique quality,” said Tali. The curved angles in the mural are mirrored in the furniture and complemented by soft textures within the space.

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