Imagine being able to snoop around the luxuriously appointed home of one of New York’s most acclaimed interior designers. And it gets even better, when you fall in love with the 18th century Chinoiserie panels ($25,000,) the Gournay wallpaper (hand-painted in Britain) embellishing the walls, or a piece of china that would marry perfectly with the set left to you by your great-grandmother, you can simply say, “I’ll take it.”
At the brand new Charlotte Moss Townhouse, a five-story landmarked building located at 20 East 63rd Street on Manhattan’s stylish Upper East Side, the exquisite customized items (some previously only available to the trade,) are all for sale. Charlotte has personally selected every piece from her black-book of favorite craftsman, artists, and antique dealers, as well as the peripatetic objet d’art she picks up on her world travels. If you have any questions you can ask the knowledgeable staff, impeccably outfitted by Carolina Herrera.
A: 20 E. 63rd St., nr. Madison Ave., New York City
By Vagablond’s Token Redhead.