A Room We Love from the 1stDibs 50: Thad Hayes

Each week, we spotlight one of the notable talents from the roster of our most recent 1stDibs 50.
New York City living room by Thad Hayes
Photo by Stephen Kent Johnson

Thad Hayes specializes in integrating and subtly deploying topflight treasures in homes like this New York City pied-à-terre owned by an equestrian, which includes some memorable pieces.

Not that they scream out at you on first viewing — instead, every object seems supportive of the others, and only the painting, by Abstract Expressionist Adolph Gottlieb, introduces introduces a significant amount of color.

“The way the light moves throughout the apartment influenced how the space was curated and designed,” says Hayes, explaining the quiet palette. Among the marvels here: a Gabriella Crespi coffee table from Galerie Van Den Akker, lounge chairs by Edward Wormley and Ignazio Gardella and a glass partition by Giò Ponti.


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