Kevin Sharkey's Apartment Details
With his apartment's renovation complete, Kevin had the pleasure of adding the decorative touches that make the space his own. Take a closer look at some of the apartment's hidden charms.
Kevin spotted his vintage crystal chandeliers at a shop in Palm Beach, Florida. After making their 1,036-mile trip to his apartment, he spent a weekend cleaning the hundreds of pieces. They now are now the dazzling focal point of the dining room.
On the credenza in the living room sits a handsome fellow. The vintage polar bear statue-- made of porcelain -- is from New York gallery VBH.
Kevin's collection of sterling silver pieces and trays are tucked inside the dining room credenza alongside monogrammed cocktail napkins -- making impromptu entertaining easy.
Kevin's collection of orange-hued laquerware (also stored in the dining room console) was scored during a trip to Kyoto, Japan.
Kevin's bespoke closet allows him to see everything at once -- making his morning routine smoother. A sizable piece of fool's gold sits atop the closet island.
Two silver dishes filled with natural sea sponges and bath salts -- and absolute must for Kevin -- sit on the edge of the bathtub.
One of Kevin's great pleasures (and pursuits) is arranging artful displays of flowers. In the library, he displays a vase bursting with pink, blush, and white peonies.
With an apartment made for entertaining, music is a must. Unobtrusive and sleek, his speaker system allows Kevin to play his favorite artists (Prince, The Beatles) directly from his iPod.
This shallow silver dish is filled with a revolving lineup of favorite nibbles like pistachios.
Fitted with multiple shallow shelves, Kevin's medicine cabinet allows him to stock up on his favorite skin and hair products from Mario Badescu and Frederic Fekkai.
Martha helped Kevin organize his kitchen. His sophisticated color scheme continues inside his cabinets with whiteware and drabware plates and cups.
This elegant seat gives Kevin a front-row seat for spectacular river sunsets each night.