A painting by Caio Fonseca is given satisfaction of place within the office of a Manhattan condo by S. Despite the wealthy, dark partitions, the office area still feels brilliant and inviting, too.
Design & Build
In the study of Jay McInerney and Anne Hearst’s New York penthouse, a colour photograph by Elliott Erwitt overlooks a Jansen desk and an Eames chair by Herman Miller. The linen upholstered daybed and Orley Shabahang carpet add an extra layer of coziness. If you’re in search of a method to beautify your naked partitions however don’t wish to do the typical gallery wall, a tapestry may be the lacking factor for visible curiosity and texture. In this Beverly Hills home by Waldo Fernandez, the workplace contains a 17th-century Belgian tapestry from Mansour, an English mahogany desk, and, within the corner, a Wolfgang Roth sculpture from JF Chen.
Support House Photographs
In a Nicholas Kilner–designed New York penthouse, an 18th-century bust overlooks the workplace’s Ralph Lauren Home desk and nineteenth-century Russian armchair. What was once a kitchen is now a fabulous workplace with skylights. Painter’s canvas is used as paneling within the workplace of fashion designer Stefano Pilati’s Paris condo, which was renovated by architect Bruno Caron.
It’s exhausting to beat that view, but this office in a Manhattan duplex by Carlos Aparicio, is full of treasures, too. From a portray by Wayne Gonzales to a sculpture by Geoffrey Clarke, plus the 1930s Cuban mahogany desk by De Coune and a swivel chair lined in an Edelman leather, it is all sophistication. Few improvements make fairly as big an influence in a room as a daring wallpaper. Here, the tiny office of a Brooklyn home by Nick Olsen options Zoffany wallpaper and a Vaughan lamp. Another case for moving into monochrome, this workplace goes all in on shades of blue.
Off to right is a beautiful work space, complete with tall greenery that complements the paintings above the mattress. Karin Blake mixed East Coast tradition with an eclectic point of view for the interiors of screenwriter Paul Attanasio and producer Katie Jacobs’s Beverly Hills residence. The vintage English desk, bordered by vintage sewing chairs, lends Attanasio’s workplace the air of a workshop. If only we might all stare off into lush greenery in our home office. Author Judy Blume’s Florida visitor-cottage workplace was adorned by Malcolm James Kutner and is furnished with an Artemide desk lamp, a classic Dunbar desk, and an Eames chair by Herman Miller.