This Cozy Catskills Home Is the Modern Cabin of Your Dreams — House Tour

Name: Andrew Cohen and family
Location: Woodstock, New York
Size: 2,100 square feet
Years lived in: 5 years, owned

This four-bedroom, two-bathroom house with a finished basement and two-car garage on 1.3 acres in New York belongs to Parts and Labor Design co-founder, Andrew Cohen. And it just might be the best mix of modern meet cabin vibes that you’ll ever see.

“A lifelong New Yorker (born in Smithtown), I currently live in Park Slope, Brooklyn, with my wife and kids, and love to escape to our country house in Woodstock, New York for a break from my busy schedule,” writes Andrew. “Inspired by the cultural and artistic history of the town, I have renovated this Catskills home to include details that pay homage to the area’s glory days. My signature modernist style can be seen throughout the house’s interior, with thoughtful integration of old and new details.” The home is also occasionally rentable when they aren’t staying there.

Parts and Labor Design was established in 2009 by co-founders Andrew Cohen and Jeremy Levitt and “uses an innovative approach to push the boundaries of high-end hospitality design, focusing on unique and highly customized interior spaces, furniture and lighting.” One of the things that makes their projects so spectacular is their ability to create spaces that overwhelm with architectural gravitas while also being environments that are cozy, warm, and lovely for humans to be in. And I’m not just going off of photos to write that description; New Orleans (where I, Apartment Therapy’s House Tour Editor lives) boasts some beautiful PLD projects like the Old No. 77 Hotel and Chandlery and Compere Lapin.


Benjamin Moore — Super White

Dylan bench – CB2
Custom rug – Tailor-Made Textiles
Slate flooring – India Black – MSI Int’l

Credenza(s)/shelving – Vintage – Scandinavian Grace
Watson sofa – Teal Velvet Upholstery
Lounge chair – Vintage – Heirloom
Lounge chair – Vintage – Finn Juhl – Found + Self-restoration
Kids army tent – Land of Nod
Table lamps – Schoolhouse Electric
Custom rug – Tailor-Made Textiles
Side tables – Serena & Lily
Artemis ceiling fan – Minka Aire
Throw pillows – John Robshaw / Restoration Hardware / Phoenicia Flea
Wall sconce – Vintage – Original
Faux fur floor pillows – Room and Board
Child’s rocking chair – Vintage

Sphere + Stem chandelier – West Elm
Bender table lamp – Blu Dot
Windsor chair – Vintage – Luddite Antiques
Custom chestnut dining table – Hudson Company / SAS
Hardware – Top Knobs – Sanctuary Collection – German Bronze
Wall sconce – Vintage – Original
Navy blue stool — Target

Custom kitchen counter – Caesar Stone – London Fog
Appliances – KitchenAid
Plumbing fixtures — Moen

Thanks, Andrew!

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