CeCe Barfield’s Gramercy Park Home

Manhattan-based interior designer CeCe Barfield has moved house and Architectural Digest offers a glimpse inside. I’ve spent time in CeCe’s old apartment (published by House Beautiful) on the Upper East Side and love seeing how she rearranged her art and furnishings for the new downtown address. Located on New York’s highly coveted Gramercy Park, the historic building is said to be the oldest co-op in the city. I’m loving CeCe’s use of monograms (she’s Texan, after all) and chic little living room bar set up. Below, explore more of CeCe’s chic space and find my suggestions on how you can get her timeless style in your own home.

How to Get CeCe’s Timeless Style:

Marlowe Skirted Tufted Chair (other colors available)

Blue and White Splatter Lamp

Beni Ourain Moroccan Rug

Neutral Dining Chair

Gold Sunburst Mirror

Silk Ikat Dot Pillow

Brass Swing-Arm Sconce

Brown Linen Tufted Bunny Williams Chair

Round Regency Gold Mirror

Blue and White Ginger Jar

Monogrammed Euro Sham (other colors/styles available)

Yak Horn on Base

Blue and White Ikat Pillow

Vintage French Sunburst Mirror

Upholstered Nailhead Trim Headboard

Monogrammed Euro Sham

Antiqued Brass Swing Arm Sconce

(interior photography by Brandon Schulman)

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