Celebrity decorator Meridith Baer stages a storied Manhattan spread in two days flat.
The Living Room
Meridith Baer kept the wall paint and flooring as is, and added lots of white furniture to "not distract buyers from what it could be."
In the study area, Baer added plenty of antique books to give it that lived-in feel.
The two-story, 3,800-square-foot unit in the Brentmore building in New York has most of its original details from 1907.
Baer worked with the client's carpeting and pink silk wallpaper by keeping the color to a minimum.
Baer brought in every last detail to the apartment, including artwork, throw pillows and ceramics.
Grand proportions are part of the attraction. The entryway leads to the main living area.
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