A Look Inside This Hoboken Hudson Tea Notepad

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The Bachelor pad inspiration comes to you. Antionette Allande Interior’s latest Antionette project was a Hoboken home inspired by contemporary art, world travel and bold furnishings. Through various materials, finishes, vibrant colors and an eclectic mix of styles, Antionette was able to tailor the home to her client’s individual taste. Read on to learn more about this Mile Square bachelor pad on Hudson Street.

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hoboken girl: Can you tell us about the client and the property?

Antoinette Allande Anderson: The client is Dave Trabka, 32, software engineer. The property is located at 1425 Hudson Street, the Hudson Tea Building. This is an 832 square foot, 1 bedroom/1 bath condo that Dave purchased in 2020.

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H.G.: What was the inspiration behind the decor and/or renovation?

AAA: The space was inspired by my single client’s love of bold contemporary art, stacked furniture, and objects collected from his travels around the world. Masculine elements of sumptuous combinations of leathers, metals and woods and vibrant colors. It’s an interior brought together, all about the mix of various finishes, art, textures and many different design styles – industrial, global, contemporary, bohemian, etc.

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H.G.: Please share a few unique pieces that really brought the design together.

  • Vitis 5 LED chandelier by Rich Brilliant Willing – focal point of the living room
  • Horseman Antiques – Large Mid-Century Modern Brutalist Coffee Table After Paul Evans
  • Timothy Oulton – Pudgie sofa (the client really wanted a cognac leather sofa)

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H.G.: What sets this property apart from others?

AAA: It is located in the luxury building — Hudson Tea — uptown

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H.G.: Please list your entrepreneurs who made this possible.

hudson tea bachelor pad

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H.G.: Is there anything else you would like to share about this house?

  • Brutalist vintage furniture and art
  • A striking Rich Brilliant Willing light sculpture
  • Le Manach fabrics by Pierre Frey
  • Eskayel custom wallpaper in the bathroom
  • Custom paneled wall
  • Moroccan elements such as the Beni Ourain rug and black Zellige tiles in the kitchen

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