A while ago, we looked at the modernist penthouse hotelier/developer Ian Schrager set up for himself in 40 Bond, his green-glassed luxury residences designed by Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron. Now, interior designer Scott Guthrie offers Curbed National a glimpse at the soft, sweet three-bedroom apartment he decorated in the very same building. And the work is stunning, to say the least: a happy medium for newlyweds with differing opinions—she, a Texas native who believes "more is more"; he, a New Yorker with modern inclinations. Highlights within the 2,700-square-foot space: two Louis XVI Style bergeres clad in leopard-print silk, a curved Edward Wormley sofa, a Murano-glass chandelier, an Andy Warhol painting, an industrial kitchen table from Belgium, and a peach-blossom-patterned custom-painted wallpaper from venerable British fabrics house de Gournay. It's just the sort of place to, say, host a party of 100 before a night at the opera. Have a look at the full photogallery after the jump.
· Ian Schrager Approves Every Gray-Beige Flooring Plank in NYC Pad [Curbed National]
· Scott Guthrie [official site]
· All 40 Bond coverage [Curbed NY]