It may be the city that never sleeps, but with homes like these, you might just find yourself spending plenty of time inside. And if these 10 rooms are any indication, that is.
The custom-made sofa in this Manhattan media room is covered in a velvet by Rose Cumming, the 1955 side table is by Mathieu Matégot, and the 1970s floor lamp is Italian.
In this NYC library, a hand-painted mural on brass leaf depicting the facade of Venice’s Doge’s Palace is fronted by a 1957 shelving unit by Franco Albini.
The library of a Manhattan home decorated by Katie Ridder. The sofa and club chair, both by Anthony Lawrence-Belfair, are covered in Holland & Sherry wools.
An antique Indian chandelier hangs above a Syrian table in the dining room of John Robshaw’s New York City Home.
The guest room of Cameron Diaz’s Manhattan home features a custom-made brass four poster and parchment-covered nightstands, a 1960 Austrian ceiling fixture, and a vintage marble garden stool; the painting is by Riccardo Prosperi, and the silk rug is by the Rug Company.