The living area of Carol Fertig's Manhattan apartment. Fertig, a product and graphic designer, created the wall sculpture from gold-painted plastic leaves; the vintage Edward Wormley sofa is covered with an Indian textile, the 1960s cocktail table is by Paul Mayen, and the chair is by Bruno Mathsson.
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The chair in the library is Danish, and the stool to its right is African; the ottoman is by Franco Albini, and the walls are painted in Benjamin Moore's Tangerine Dream.
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In the kitchen, the pendant light is by Philippe Starck, the cooktop, oven, and vent hood are by Bosch, the sink fittings are by Axor, and the cutting board is from Ochre.
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The antique suzani in the bedroom is Turkish, the ivory linen pillows are by Calvin Klein Home, and the 1950s inlaid wood table is Swedish.
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In the guest bath, the papier-mâché feather is from Ruzzetti & Gow.
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The living area's cabinetry is by Can-Am, and the lamp base from Amy Perlin Antiques is fitted with a shade of Fertig's design.