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The Future Perfect outfitted a five-story West Village townhouse for its new “residential gallery” concept

A living area with a couch, tables, fireplace, and floor to ceiling windows on one wall. Photo: The Future Perfect

If you’re looking to sell high-end furniture, a plain old store or gallery just doesn’t cut it these days. No, today if you’re looking to entice buyers, you’ve got to stage it in a home, and bonus points if that home happens to be a gorgeous five-story townhouse in New York City’s West Village.

The entryway to a house which has multiple bookcases and shelves full of books and design objects. Also seen is the back of a wooden staircase. Photo: The Future Perfect

The gallery behind some of contemporary design’s biggest names is doing exactly that. The Future Perfect has opened a new “residential gallery” called Casa Perfect New York. Like the dreamy Casa Perfect in Los Angeles, the New York outpost will act as a showroom-meets-gallery-meets-event space where the design-minded can gather to ogle (and purchase) pieces.

Three assorted patterned floor lamps and two colorful chairs on a floor that has a patterned rug. Photo: The Future Perfect

Circling around a sculptural staircase designed by British architect David Chipperfield, the townhouse’s five floors are outfitted with works from designers, artists, manufactureres, and makers, including Eric Roinestad, Collection Particulière, and Marcin Rusa. A pair of Marta Sala’s angular chairs adorn former maids’ quarters; a Piet Hein Eek for Veronese chandelier dangles over a marbled bathtub.

A bedroom with a bed that has a multicolor patterned quilt and a gold colored headboard. The wall is concrete and there are floor to ceiling windows on one wall with gold drapes. Photo: The Future Perfect
A top down view of a wooden staircase and a tall light fixture. There are various art objects arranged along the staircase and on the walls. Photo: The Future Perfect
A bathroom with marble walls and a marble bathtub. There is a dresser, chair, light fixture, and plant. Photo: The Future Perfect

The whole place is, in other words, perfectly and extraordinarily unattainable for most people. But what better to inspire retail than aspiration. Book a time to tour the townhouse and see for yourself.

A living area with tables, a fireplace, a neon light fixture, a mirror, and a hanging lamp. Photo: The Future Perfect