We love C. Wonder’s amazing use of color in its fashion and houseware designs. So, it was surprising to find the company's creative director, Michael Leva’s home, which is featured in the latest issue of Elle Decor, to be so...neutral. But what Leva has done with the space is definitely a house tour to be admired.
Nestled in the Meat Packing district of Manhattan, Leva’s 1,200-square-foot home has one bedroom, beautiful views and oddly, no dining table -- exactly the way he wants it since he prefers dancing over dining.
Leva also enjoys keeping his color palettes muted with white walls and earth-toned decor. In every room there is a little pop of color, like the bright pears displayed in the kitchen and the neon green lamp and pillows in his living room. But our favorite part is his bedroom, where a huge Andy Warhol photograph of Edie Sedgwick hangs over his bed.
Looking at this apartment, it’s easy to see how Leva became one of the leading designers for a fashion-forward brand.