Genoveva Núñez

Genoveva Núñez

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A cupboard in the dining room organizes Wedgwood and French creamware.

You know that friend with the exquisite taste who always has an open door (and a cold bottle of bubbly)? Get ready to meet the ones in our crew.

Seashells and holiday ornaments served as inspiration for fabrics, paint colors, and stone surfaces.

Seashells and holiday ornaments served as inspiration for fabrics, paint colors, and stone surfaces.

An antique Swedish desk occupies a front corner of the bedroom; its many drawers keep mail out of sight. The desktop displays some of Eric's favorite possessions. The black-and-white photos throughout the apartment are part of a larger collection, but he prefers not to display them all so as not to crowd the space.

Martha Stewart Living& creative director Eric Pike creates a serene retreat with a single quiet color and clever, space-saving solutions.

A linen closet, inconspicuous behind double doors leading into the bedroom, is just deep enough to hold sheets and other necessities.

Home Tour: A Gray and Graceful Apartment

The custom L-shaped desk was created to hide equipment while affording a view.

The L-shaped desk was created to hide equipment while affording a view. (besta cabinets for storage and counter space?

Above the bedroom's fireplace hangs a painting of Daniel Webster, a Massachusetts senator in the mid-1800s and an ancestor of Eric's.

Martha Stewart Living& creative director Eric Pike creates a serene retreat with a single quiet color and clever, space-saving solutions.

Eric wanted a low bed that wouldn't block light from the window; he and architect Richard Perry came up with this design, inspired by Jean-Michel Frank.

A Graceful Gray - Eric Pike, the owner of this tranquil bedroom, wanted a low bed that wouldn't block light from the window; he and architect Richard Perry came up with this design, inspired by Jean-Michel Frank.

In the kitchen, one wall houses a refrigerator and washer and dryer behind cabinet doors, as well as a toaster and coffeemaker in an appliance "garage" on a tray that pulls out so you can pour in water.

In this kitchen, one wall houses a refrigerator and washer and dryer behind cabinet doors, as well as a toaster and coffeemaker in an appliance "garage" on a pull-out tray.