Architectural Digest featured a Sterling Mason three-bedroom owned by a bachelor in his late ’30s who “wanted an upgraded living space where he could relax, but also feel comfortable hosting large groups.” He hired Mat Sanders and Brandon Quattrone of Consort, the L.A. design firm with a new shop/office on Duane, to handle the design. Much of the furniture is from Consort, and other local sources include BDDW (the dining room table), (the living room sectional), and Henrybuilt (which did the millwork for the entire building). “The homeowner wasn’t afraid of color,” Sanders told AD, “but he wanted to find the right moments for saturation to make an impact.” That included the master bedroom. “We struck a balance between making the space feel masculine, while still giving it the ability to appeal to a woman,” says Sanders. Because no single guy with a three-bedroom in Tribeca is going to be alone for long….
The Architectural Digest text is by Mimi Faucett; the photographs are by Reid Rolls. Click on them to see them larger.