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This converted loft in Nolita shows no trace of its former rough-around-the-edges look. Design duo @jesseparrislambtransformed the space into a cozy family home with a substantial dose of glamour. In the daughter’s room, @cole_and_son_wallpaper ’s iconic Palm Jungle wallpaper, floral drapes from @luruhome , and a pink swivel chair from @bernhardtfurniturecreate a colorful dreamscape. See the rest of the home through the #linkinbioPhoto by @nicole_franzen ; text by Paola Singer

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Writer and editor Dan DiClerico was armed with decades of experience—he'd covered home remodels for years—by the time he embarked on his first-ever project, rejiggering an 1882 Brooklyn brownstone for his family. Even so, the project ended up being full of surprises—both good and bad. In a massive floorplan swap, a bedroom and large bathroom became the dining room and kitchen. “That’s where we spent a lot of the budget and a lot of the brain space,” he says. “We really wanted to open up the back of the house and put in some kind of window/door system. As the design evolved and as our contractor started to open up the back wall, we fell in love with the light that was pouring in.” Take a look at the incredible before-and-after on @getcleverthrough the #linkinbioPhoto by @gievesanderson ; text by @lmmather

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Artist @kawsand his wife, sculptor @juliachianghave managed to pack their Brooklyn home with an array of impressive artworks and furniture, while keeping it kid-friendly for their two young daughters. “We made it work for us,” says the artist. “We have room, we have walls to hang art, and we love the indoor/outdoor space for the kids. The challenge has been to make the home feel ‘cozy’...” Here, artworks by Tomoo Gokita (left) and @george.condohang above a KAWS BFF Plush Chair by @estudiocampana , BFF toy, and @t_o_o_g_o_o_dtable. Take a look at the rest of their collection through the #linkinbioPhoto by @jasonschmidtphoto ; text & production by @gaygassmann ; styled by @michaelreynoldsnyc

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“We adore attending auctions and hunting for things wherever we travel,” says Stéphanie Busuttil (@fondationcesar_sbj ) about how she and Sébastien Janssen (@sorrysorry_were_closed ) fill their home. “Within the decorative arts, we more or less like everything.” That “everything” stretches from silverware and crockery to rugs and furniture… not to mention their extensive art collection. In one bedroom, a Jeremy Deprez painting is the star. See the rest of the home through the #linkinbioPhoto by @simonpwatson ; text by @iangphillips ; produced by @gaygassmann ; styled by @battywatty76

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It was 1989, and Australian designer @realmarcnewsonwas contemplating the oeuvre of German artist Joseph Beuys—particularly the Fluxus star’s work in felt. The coarse, thick, utilitarian textile was simultaneously structured and pliable: Could it make a truly sculptural seat? Newson had just completed his futuristic Orgone lounge (several surround antiques dealer Yves Gastou’s pool in Biarritz, pictured here) when he devised a spin-off, slicing off the back, bending it open, and allowing the chair’s flanks to curl down to the floor. “I wanted it to look like a folded piece of felt,” Newson says of the design, in which a thin, undulating shell of molded fiberglass was sandwiched between two thick layers of felt. See the resulting iconic chair design and learn how it became a collectors item through the #linkinbioPhoto by @giorgiobaroniph ; text by @_h_mart_

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More lounge than washroom, the master bath of @acunninghamcameronand @sethcame ’s Brooklyn home features lip paintings by friend @jamesenglishleary , an Isamu Noguchi Akari lamp, and a rope chair by Marcel Wanders. Its hexagonal-tile floor was inspired by Cy Twombly’s Rome apartment. The pervading spirit of fun evokes the idea of follies, claims designer @ch_herrero.“We talked a lot about creating spaces that might not be so useful but that would provide special moments in the house.” See the entire home through the #linkinbioPhoto by @flotowarner ; text by @jordanhruska ; styled by @michaelbargo

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By painting the home office of a Nolita loft black (in @benjaminmoore ’s Nightfall 1596), @jesseparrislambcreated a theatrical look that befits the space’s alternate purpose as a nook for intimate cocktail soirées. Though black walls may not seem to afford the appropriate lighting for a work space, the steel-and-glass partitions that surround the office actually allow light to seep in from three different exposures. The fireplace, which was uncovered during renovations, has a Nero Bilbao marble mantel from @chesneysny.“There’s a beautiful tension that’s been created,” says Parris-Lamb. “Even though there are a lot of traditional design elements like elegant draperies and rugs, the home still feels kind of edgy.” Take a closer look inside through the #linkinbioPhoto by @nicole_franzen ; text by Paola Singer

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The mix of art from all periods and styles is what makes French dealer Jean-Gabriel Mitterrand’s Parisian apartment so refreshing. He really lives with and enjoys the art he hangs and places around him. A neon work by French artist Claude Leveque hangs above a doorway in the entrance foyer. On the piece, Mitterrand says, "is the actual handwriting of Leveque's mother. I love it." The drawings are "memories of a great exhibition with Niki de Saint Phalle and a Williamsburg chair by Claude Lalanne I got directly from her studio." A look through to the main salon reveals an impressive work on the wall by artist Allan McCollum, and a sofa by @indiamahdavi.See the rest of the home through the #linkinbioPhoto by @michael_depasqualeand @martinamaffini ; text by @gaygassmann

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When art-world insiders Stéphanie Busuttil (@fondationcesar_sbj ) and Sébastien Janssen (@sorrysorry_were_closed ) fell in love with a Brussels townhouse dating from 1909, they brought their decades-spanning assemblage of treasures along to decorate. In the brown lacquer–walled library, a @joshsperlingpainting and a portrait of Stéphanie and Sébastien by Alejandra Hernández hang above a sofa and pillows, both wearing Le Manach fabrics. See inside the rest of the home through the #linkinbioPhoto by @simonpwatson ; text by @iangphillips ; produced by @gaygassmann ; styled by @battywatty76

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When French art dealer Jean-Gabriel Mitterrand moved his @galerie_mitterrandto the Right Bank in Paris, he moved himself as well. He now lives in a first-floor apartment right behind the gallery that he loves for “the light and the location. I entertain here for gallery dinners, private meetings with collectors and curators, and change the art hanging every three months.” His apartment is all about living with art with a conscious absence of any kind of decoration. There are no window treatments, no wall finishes beyond white paint, and the floors are very simple. “I love to ask my artists to do objects and furniture for me if they like, and I like to collect [the work of] my friends, like Niki de Saint Phalle and Claude Lalanne.” The main salon is comprised of a commissioned table by @koglernet , a candlestick by Lynn Chadwick, and various works by Marta Pan, Donald Judd, Jean Prouvé, Carlos Cruz Diez, Miri Segal, Poul Henningsen, and three photographs by Eileen Quinlan. Take the full home tour through the #linkinbioPhoto by @michael_depasqualeand @martinamaffini ; text by @gaygassmann

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