Living Area

September 16, 2012 § Leave a comment

The living area of antiques dealer Liza Sherman’s Manhattan apartment includes a light fixture of handblown glass bubbles, an Italian carved-wood daybed upholstered in burlap, and a Hollywood stage light from the 1950s; an industrial rail cart serves as a ­cocktail table, the chairs are made from African oil barrels, an African tribal flag from the ’50s hangs in the niche, and a Cameroonian juju hat is mounted between the windows.

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