Thursday, January 6, 2011


Manhattan Apartment Library
The paneling in the library of this New York apartment designed by David Kleinberg, is inset with bronze in a square motif, echoed by Roger Thibier's gilded coffee tables. A Chanel-style sofa is covered in Classic Cloth's Kansas.

Two-in-One Room
Designed by Andrew Halliday and David Greer, this study/guest bedroom features three bronze panels designed to mask the ventilation system. The vintage airplanes are from Bizarre Bazaar. Desk chair by Dualoy covered in perforated leather.

Dark and Cozy Library
Designer Amanda Kyser has filled Long Island home's library with artistic details. The Molina sofa from Bespoke is covered in Arabica Belgian linen from Libeco-Lagae, and the pillows are a mix of antique silk ikat and 19th-century Thai patterns. Walls are painted Dark Taupe and bookcases are Merlot, both by Benjamin Moore.

Glamorous Study

Designed by Joe Nye, the cocoa-brown color of this L.A. Condo's study was a dramatic departure from the rest of the house. Walls are painted Benjamin Moore's Shenandoah Taupe.

A Masculine Library
Designed by Albert Hadley, this New York City apartment office features a custom bench with corner arms, which is upholstered in Tiger silk velvet in Oro by Lee Jofa. The desk chair is covered in Liberty's Papageno from Osborne & Little. The Stark rug is made of vintage carpet fragments. Italian marbleized paper lines the bookcase.

Sophisticated Library
Designed by Alex Papachristidis, this library is a cozy mix of classic, modern, and Asian design, and is meant to be a dark, bold contrast to the light-filled living room in this home. Metal zigzag table is a 1970s Italian piece.

A Barry Dixon Design
In this study, designed by Barry Dixon, a sofa covered in a Nottingham paisley from Quadrille and a Julian Chichester twig table sit atop an antique Oushak rug. The mock crocodile leather desk is from Scalamandré, as is the curtain fabric, Ping.

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