Riverwalk Mirror, Serena & Lily.
After purchasing the property later that year, the pair made only minor modifications: adjusting paint colors; converting an office into a bedroom following the birth of their second child, Isabel, now 5; and furnishing it with West Elm, CB2, and IKEA favorites. But before long the home was peppered with more precious finds, as Singer, cofounder of the online design magazine Sight Unseen, replaced make-do decor with pieces from artists and designers profiled on the website. “I started putting some of my nicest things here,” she says. “I called it my storage space.”
But really it’s so much more than that. Each item, big or small, carries a memory. A trio of wood Fort Standard candlesticks was a gift to mark Sight Unseen’s fifth anniversary. A teal BZippy vase came into Singer’s life after a visit to artist Bari Ziperstein’s Los Angeles studio. A chair by Michael Felix won her heart when the designer exhibited at the magazine’s annual Offsite show in 2016, and it would later become her first custom piece, upholstered in powder pink wool.
Top image: Print by Caroline Sillesen, The Poster Club; SOCKERÄRT Vase, IKEA. Above: Counterweight Floor Lamp by Fort Standard, Roll & Hill; Vintage Travertine Table; Pebble Wool Jute Rug, West Elm; Madda Chair, Michael Felix.