Decorating Your West Village Home for the Holidays at 90 Morton

90 Morton | Decorating Your West Village Home for the Holidays at 90 Morton

Trees festooned with twinkling lights, storefronts filled with inventive displays, men and women dressed to the nines, restaurants filled with well-heeled patrons, and cobblestone streets perfectly dusted with snow. Is this a scene from a movie? No, it’s the holiday season in the West Village, and there’s no other time of year that’s more stylish. It’s a chance for family and friends to gather over a delicious meal or more than a few champagne toasts or cocktails and have their own cinematic experience. And trust us, if you live in one of the elegant West Village residences of 90 Morton, your home will be the holiday activity hub, thanks to spacious layouts, detailed design, and its enviable Downtown locale.

With so many people stopping by and parties to be had, why not add a little of that New York City seasonal charm and cheerful touch to the decor of your already-impressive abode?

The shops that seemingly line every inch of the streets around these West Village condominiums are a source of interior inspiration. And although there are myriad places to find decorations and home goods, here are the top picks for adding a little something to your home during the holidays (and all year long).

L’Objet | 370 Bleecker Street

You don’t have to go far from 90 Morton to discover some of the chicest and most well-made housewares in the city. A five-minute walk takes you down Bleecker to L’Objet. And once you step through the doors, you’re transported to a shop that is part home-goods seller, part apothecary, and 100% Downtown New York vibe. Founded in 2004 by Israeli-born interior designer Elad Yifrach, L’Objet has a commitment to “meticulous craftsmanship and timeless sensibility.” And that commitment is apparent when you peruse their offerings, from furniture to perfume. For dinnerware, this holiday season, or any season, L’Objet’s Aegean collection with golden laurel-like impressions and detailed faceting is sure to elevate your meals.

Jonathan Adler | 37 Greenwich Avenue

For something a little more over-the-top and quirky, Jonathan Adler is every Downtown decor-loving denizen’s go-to. Known for his tongue-in-cheek approach to design, this potter-turned-interior-design-powerhouse offers everything from the famous acrylic pill (and assorted pill-themed objects) to delightful ceramic menorahs. Your friends wouldn’t mind a piece from Jonathan Adler either, so pick up candles, trinket trays, or an elegant vase that offer just enough whimsy for anyone to feel “cool.”

Arhaus | 410 West 13th Street

Homes within 90 Morton have more than enough space to capture your interior design dreams. Arhaus is where you can bring those desires to life. Think big, comfy American-made couches, dining room tables crafted with the most beautiful Scandinavian pine, or even minimalist-inspired holiday garlands and decor. And since it’s the holidays, it’s always good to shop with companies that give back. At Arhaus, they are dedicated to sustainability and involved in charitable projects around the world, like tree planting, dental care, and empowering women.

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