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Travertine flooring anchors the kitchen of a town house in Greenwich Village, New York, by the young firm Revamp. For the wall treatment, an elaborate pattern was customized to fade gradually toward one end of the room, creating a softer transition to the stair hall. Photography by Eric Laignel.

Travertine flooring anchors the kitchen of a town house in Greenwich Village, New York, by the young firm Revamp. For the wall treatment, an elaborate pattern was customized to fade gradually toward one end of the room, creating a softer transition to the stair hall. Photography by Eric Laignel.

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