Today, we visit the home of designer Eric Cohler. I am always excited when i get to to peek into the private space of a designer because i know that i am going to be visually stimulated and inspired by what i see. Eric Cohler’s digs certainly did not disappoint. He’s obviously an avid art collector and showcases them in a grand way in this 1980s Beekman area rental.

A 19th century equestrian scene hangs above a pair of stools from Bermingham & Co.

that orange sofa is gorgeous and pops beautifully in an otherwise neutral room

An oversized photograph of Mia Farrow and Frank Sinatra by Harry Benson hangs upon a windowed corner of the living room.

An oversized abstract painting found at Christie’s hangs next to a work by Callum Innes from Sean Kelly Gallery.

Meet Olivia:-)

Griffin and Olivia curiously check out the scene… Aren’t they adorable?

Works by Norman Parkinson, Stuart Davies and Picasso, among others fill the den wall. The Baroque style console is from Gerald Bland.I also love how he uses a dark coloured wall to highlight the art collection that’s in his den. The art definitely takes center stage.

A photograph of Coco Chanel reclining on a sofa in her rue Cambon apartment.

In the master bedroom, a portrait by Alan Katz of his wife Ada hangs above a headboard designed by Eric.

What do you like most about Eric’s home? I envy his art collection and want his poodles:-)
I hope everyone had a great weekend. The sun is shining beautifully and the birds are chirping here. Welcome to Monday!  Also, thank you So Much for your kind and thoughtful words of support and encouragement on my prior post. xo

{via article in the newyorksocialdiary}


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