After a long shift, Nurse Jackie can stretch out on her very own massage table and relax while watching TV. red side table adds a pop of color next to this Chair Bench designed by . Luminette vertical shades look like pleated curtains.
This rolling table has a swivel tray with an attached lock box that’s just the right size to hold Jackie’s pills. The layered mattresses are the work of Sanchez, a couture fashion designer by trade. Note the subtle pattern and sheen of the silver pillow—a touch of hospital chic.
Tucked into a neon-lit alcove is Jackie’s vanity area which doubles as a mini in-home lab and X-ray table. Light Box Table has an inner-lit neon frame that makes it glow from all sides. The neon also acts a functional frame around Jackie's makeup mirror. The Factory Swivel chair was also designed by Coleman.
Tiered candy dishes decoratively organize Jackie’s meds and her Sweet'N Low stash. Now it’s a snap to crush pills and hide them in little pink packets or quickly snort a few lines. Shapely sandglass timers help her complete her daily medicinal prep on time.
Since a person’s home is her castle, everyone should have a throne. This one-piece chair-on-bench designed by has a slanted curved back, providing support from any angle. Its mirrored sides reflect the objects and imagery around the room and add an icy edge to the poppy space.
Who needs sheep when Jackie can count the little pretties on Pill wallpaper? The graphic paper seems to pour pills from the sky right down to Jackie’s bedside. A Pipe Source flex-stem luminaire beams light on the bed as if it were an operating table.
Bandagelike fabric wraps around Carlo Columbo’s Mark frame, which is topped with celeb fashion designer Angel Sanchez’s linens. Created by his couture workroom, they have dressmaker details like channel stitching and banded borders that mimic bandages. The metal bedside tables with vibrant scrub-blue panels by look as though they’ve been wheeled out of an exam room.
The contradictory nature of hospital life plays out visually in this hall by principals Matthew Berman and Andrew Kotchen. An alluring 3-D wall of pill bottles hints at the prospect of healing in the waiting lounge just beyond. However, reality sinks in at the doorway, where one gets a full sight of the overscaled portrait there. What appears from afar as a soothing Madonna-esque creature is instead Bernardino Luini’s take on the Biblical Salome, who’s holding the head of John the Baptist on a platter.
Nurse Jackie never minces words, nor does Tapp Francke’s Swallow . It adds an ethereal glow to a wall made textural by the meticulous hand-application of plastic pill bottles to its surface. A portrait of Salome appears to look approvingly at the wall.
Jackie’s waiting lounge is an artful gallery of form and texture. Pill-patterned panels hover over the wall. Atop Feelin’ Groovy carpet tiles is a cowhide rug with a metallic shimmer finish. The Super Elastica lacquered reads like strips of first-aid tape. Fabio Novembre’s follows the silhouette of a kneeling woman. Lievore Altherr Molina’s Elliot is sheathed in subtle, nubby linen/cotton, while Tom Dixon’s low slab is made from smooth, lacquered solid oak.
Silk flowers tucked between suspended wall panels create an inkblot-like cross motif that seems to change depending upon how it’s viewed. Up close, roses form the symbol of the American Red Cross organization. Step back and the traditional religious icon surfaces.
Just outside Nurse Jackie’s waiting room is the ER triage, an outdoor space akin to a swanky spa. Montego ipê wood chaises make chic gurneys on wheels. Patients (and Jackie) can get medicinal relief via BioLogic IV with IV bag water drips that designers have repurposed into chic cocktail holders. Check us in!