Brand new look

In the living room, a painting by Sally King Benedict, a cocktail table by Philip and Kelvin LaVerne, a floor lamp by Karl Springer, and vintage Jansen stools upholstered in a silk velvet from Stark; 18th-century Italian armchairs flank a print by Damien Hirst, and the brass palm tree is 19th century. The rug is by Mitchell Denburg, and the sofa upholstery, curtains, and wallpaper are all by Stark.

Ashley Stark, creative director of Stark, her family’s rug, furniture, fabric, and paint company, in her Manhattan apartment.

A Jean de Merry light fixture hangs above a dining table by the Groundwork Group and 18th-century Italian chairs; the mirror is vintage, the cabinet is by Tommi Parzinger, and the hand-painted wall­paper and cowhide rug are from Stark.

The foyer includes a vintage table from Newel and a Modulightor light fixture; the bench and mirror are by Karl Springer, and the sconces are from Porta Romana.

The kitchen’s light fixtures are from Chameleon Fine Lighting; the vent hood and cooktop are by Wolf, and the dishwasher is by Bosch.

In the den, vintage Pedro Friedeberg “hand” chairs, Milo Baughman armchairs upholstered in a Holland & Sherry wool flannel, and a sofa originally from Stark’s childhood apartment surround a vintage cocktail table from Flair, and the walls are sheathed in a Lelièvre fabric.

In the dressing room, the lamps, chest of drawers, and mirror were all found in West Palm Beach, Florida; the antique desk belonged to Stark’s grandmother, the desk chair to her brother, and the wallpaper is from Stark.

A Ryan McGinness print in the master bedroom hangs above a headboard upholstered in a Lelièvre velvet; the Venetian light fixture is from the 1930s, the bedside lamp is by Hervé Van der Straeten, and the walls are covered in a Holland & Sherry fabric.

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