New York eclectic cool
The living area’s sofa and armchair are by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, the 1970s cocktail table is attributed to Willy Rizzo, and the painted-iron stools are from the ’50s; a cube sculpture by Sheldon Rose sits beside an Olivier Mourgue chaise longue, and Stripper, a vintage print by Weegee given to Berman by Carolyn Bessette, hangs between the windows.
Matt Berman, creative director of the advertising agency Picture Book, in his New York City apartment.
The living area’s bookshelves hold a collection of photographs and offbeat treasures.
A Lightolier fixture, an Empire table, and Vico Magistretti plastic chairs in the dining area; the 1932 watercolor of Mae West was created for a movie poster by Berman’s great-uncle Harold Seroy.
The refrigerator is by Fisher & Paykel, the dishwasher is by Miele, and the sink fittings are by IKEA; the countertops are Corian.
In Berman’s office, the table is by Cappellini, the cart is a Joe Colombo design, and the rug is by ABC Carpet & Home.
A painting by Onni Saari hangs above a Ramblin Wood bed; the bedding is by Matouk, and the throw is by D. Bryant Archie.
The bath’s medicine cabinet, sink, and fittings are by Restoration Hardware; the 1950s sconces are French, and the floor is paved in terracotta tile.