1 Love the card holder.
2 You would never know that this beautiful space is waiting for you at the back of the shop.
3 If I were styling pictures again, these would definitely get in one of them.
4 I loooove this floral fabric. So hip and stylish.
5 I could frame this picture as is.
6 I have to have these!
7 I have to have the big round glass bowl.
8 Great settee.
9 I love the hardware on this chest of drawers.
10 Cabinet of curiosities.
11 This large 1950s English cerused oak and rattan cabinet in a rustic modern style stands more than 8 feet high. Bottom part has four doors and interior shelves. I love the wicker panels that rest on a slab of travertine.
12 So chic, modern and graceful.
13 Beautiful form.
14 Beautiful fabric on this upholstered bench...would make a terrific beach tow.
15 Love the bird on the branch in bronze.
16 Beautiful color and shape.
17 Oh Farrah.
18 I love looking at beautiful prints and learning at the same time.
19 Snowshoe anyone?
20 Fish hooks always make me wince but I really love the way that these look.
22 I am in love with this lamp, the shade, shape and color; pattern and base. Where can I put this at home?
23 Very Hollywood Regency.
24 I know a few young friends who would love this.
25 I have a special affinity for squirrels.
26 Great urn shape and love the key.
Tucked away in Tribeca is the design shop of interiors guru Steven Sclaroff (stevensclaroff.com). Known for his interiors around town, including hotels, retail shops and residential work, as well as product design for companies like Waterworks, Sclaroff also has his own space where he sells an inventory of vintage finds worthy of a museum. But don’t let the splendor of the pieces fool you, Sclaroff has a relaxed sensibility (don’t be afraid to sit on anything) and a wild sense of humor (don’t be afraid to get him talking and ask him about the framed Farrah Fawcett Majors Logan’s Run poster).
Last week, when I was visiting the shop, I eyed a few things, including some amazing sets of lamps (I am sure this will become a go-to destination for lamps), furnishings, artwork and accessories. We also had a chance to catch up on the renovation of his house in Connecticut. Browse his shop with me.
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