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Chic in Tribeca

by habituallychic

09 . 14 . 12
One of my pet peeves that I shared in the new issue of Domino magazine is when when everything looks like it was delivered from the same store on the same day.  You definitely can’t say that about the Tribeca apartment that Vera Wang executive Mario Grauso shares with Brood designer Serkan Sarier featured in Harper’s Bazaar. You may remember Mario’s other abodes that I posted on the blog years ago.  One was in Paris and the other in Millbrook.  Many of those pieces have made their way into this space including the dining table and toile upholstered chairs.  It’s collecting and mixing that always makes a house look like a home. 

Photographs by Nikolas Koenig

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  1. Ryan Hines September 14, 2012 | 5:48 pm

    So the first two spaces he lived in with his wife and the most recent he shares with another gentleman.


    I always love a coming out story.

  2. therelishedroost September 14, 2012 | 7:31 pm

    I just read this article as well, I love their style!! what a great mix and really made the most of that space!
    Love it.
    The Relished Roost

  3. Inner Outer Beauty September 14, 2012 | 8:30 pm

    Love the green fauna on the wall as art!

  4. Jenna September 15, 2012 | 1:13 pm

    I loved this apartment it was the right mix of modern, traditional. I loved all the toile prints. I also loved the JCrew collection you sent the other day! I look forward to your blog emails they brighten my day!

  5. mamavalveeta03 September 15, 2012 | 2:32 pm

    I was so excited to see you as one of the “Style Experts” in Domino. (and I am BEYOND excited to see Domino again!). My newly graduated (and employed…yippee!) daughter is decorating her apt. in DC and she would LOVE your style, so I’m getting your book for her when it’s published. Of course, one for me, too!

  6. MJH Design Arts September 15, 2012 | 3:45 pm

    The richness of this space is what is pulling my attention. Of course, my passion is neoclassical (of which there is tons), but the various forms of tufting, the velvet textures, old with new, grotesque with refined. Point On. Thanks. Mary

  7. Unknown September 16, 2012 | 1:54 am

    That blue velvet tufted couch is gorgeous…it beckons! Thank you for these photographs, Leslie from Portland