It's always interesting to get a peek inside a designer's house, whether he/she is working in the world of home or fashion. After all, it's these people that are making our world a more stylish place. That's why we were super excited when we saw Thom Browne's New York City apartment featured in Architectural Digest.
Browne lives in a space that's only 800-square-feet, which isn't surprising to most New Yorkers. But the home's pristine decor, like the white walls and clean shelves and tables, make it feel bigger. We particularly love the midcentury pieces like the 1950s Paul McCobb bar cart in the hall and the 1960s Adnet bed. His outdoor space isn't bad either. The 300-square-foot terrace is the perfect spot to see the unbelievable skyline.
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