Friday, June 22, 2012


 The foyer in Andrea Stern and Ken DiPaola’s apartment is anchored by a lacquered wood, shagreen, and bronze credenza designed by DiPaola; the photograph is by Salif Keita.
 The main hallway features the same Scalamandré turquoise grasscloth wallcovering as the foyer, a chair with a seat upholstered in a calfskin from Edelman Leather, and a baroque gilt mirror.
 A Dunbar sofa in the living room, one of a pair, is covered in a linen velvet from Pollack. The grasscloth wallcovering is from Larsen and the 1950s Italian brass and glass light fixture is from John Salibello Antiques.
 DiPaola designed the bronze and walnut dining table and the steel and leather bookcase; the Wormley dining chairs, covered in a silk mohair from Coraggio, are a find from Lost City Arts. The nickel-plated steel chandelier is from Jean de Merry. The photograph is by Massimo Vitali.
 Unfinished-brass fixtures from Urban Archaeology and Ann Sacks tiles lend a sophisticated air in the master bath; the towels are by Waterworks.
 The custom bedspread in the master bedroom is a silk damask from Scalamandré; the hand-glazed wallpaper is by SJW Studios. The leopard chests are from Palazzetti.

img and article via nyc&g

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