Recent story in Architectural Digest examines the renovtion of Nate Berkus’s apartment in New York.
In the LA showroom is a Swedish Circa 1860’s bookcase with a projected cornice, glass doors, and lowered paneled doors.
“There are certain details I obsessed over,” says the designer, citing such upgrades as antique marble mantels, bronze radiator grilles, and vintage Belgian hardware as products of his double-Virgo tunnel vision. “But I’m not the guy walking around with a flashlight, checking to see if there are dings in the wood. I believe a home should be lived in.” -Nate Berkus
Metal racks are used as a pair to work as shelving along with adding height and texture to the main family room. With the addition of industrial shelving, the space is given a more individualistic identity. More importantly than the shelving itself of course, is accessorizing.
English Circa 1900’s metal rack can be seen in the STASH Warehouse.
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