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TriBeCa Cool, Steven Sclaroff

While walking down White Street in TriBeCa the other day my eye was drawn to a very large suzani hanging on a wall through glass-paneled doors. I stopped in my tracks and was led to investigate. I had happened upon the venerable Steven Sclaroff‘s home design store filled with his highly curated collection of vintage furniture, art and accessories. As an interior designer he has created home environments for tastemakers and designers alike with his signature relaxed, clean, smart and witty style. “Go with your gut, buy what you like and don’t be intimidated by art,” Steven told Stephen Treffinger in a 2007 domino magazine article. He couldn’t have been more gracious letting me traipse through and photograph the beautiful pieces in his store. The pleasure was all mine.
Photography Beth Horta for Sweet Sabelle.

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