From the East Village to the East End, clean and contemporary interiors are getting big and bold, pattern-heavy makeovers.
Brokers told The Post that listings mentioning patterns as a design feature are now getting more interest than apartments with the ubiquitous contemporary white-box look.
“You rarely used to see homes for sale with splashy prints, but they’re popping up more frequently since COVID,” said Allison Chiaramonte, a real estate agent at Warburg Realty. “When I tell my clients about them, they’re keen to schedule a showing.”
That’s good news for glass mosaic artist Allison Eden, 51, a seller who proudly