The print industry is alive and well in this condo in New York's Financial District, whose owner was inspired by a Domino feature on the Brooklyn brownstone of J.Crew executive director Jenna Lyons. The story appeared in the November 2008 issue (cover and published photo are in the top row above); "she had that vintage yet modern aesthetic and that was exactly what I was looking for," says Dianne Noriega, who works in sales at Conde Nast, publisher of the shuttered magazine. Noriega's living room displays the most striking similarities, what with its zebra rug, French settee and gray wall paint—"the exact color used in Ms. Lyons' home." Tour the rest of Noriega's 834-square-foot apartment, which is listed for $949,000, after the jump.
· Magazine-Inspired FiDi Condo [WSJ]