November 19, 2016

A Perfumer's 1900s Brownstone in Harlem

Perfumer Holladay Saltzand  lives in 1900s brownstone in Harlem, New York. Her home is filled with a balance of  furniture from antique stores and family, multifunctional pieces and plenty of glass to keep things visually light. Because the home serves as Holladay’s office and perfumery as well, functionality was of top priority, followed by highlighting the turn-of-the-century features such as the gargoyle in the entryway, exposed brick walls and original wood doors and beams — while still keeping it contemporary
















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