Amsale Aberra’s loft in New York | Vicente Wolf

The apartment of bridal gown designer Amsale Aberra is located on the 11th floor of an industrial building in New York’s Garment District. Interior designer Vicente Wolf, (actually Amsale’s neighbor) has greatly influenced the ethiopian stylist in decorating her loft. It have white concrete floors and walls painted in Benjamin Moore Super White.

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