Ulla Johnson’s NYC Boutique Takes After a Town House

The custom Danish cord–embellished cash-wrap desk. Photography by Dustin Aksland.

A Lindsey Adelman Studio pendant fixture and brass display rods, all custom, hang in the 900-square-foot Ulla Johnson boutique in New York by Elizabeth Roberts Architecture & Design and Alexis Brown Interior Design. Photography by Dustin Aksland.

Silk-wool carpeting in a dressing room. Photography by Dustin Aksland.

White oak, marble, and travertine. Photography by Dustin Aksland.

The cash-wrap desk is a pleasing oval fronted in cord-wrapped oak dowels. Photography by Dustin Aksland.

White-oak chevron flooring is occasionally interrupted by a swath of green marble. Photography by Dustin Aksland.

The fashion boutique resembles a residence. Photography by Dustin Aksland.

The palette of gentle pinks and yellows are sunset-reminiscent. Photography by Dustin Aksland.

Tall mirrors and coved crowns emphasize the high ceiling. Photography by Dustin Aksland.

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