Decorator Nate Berkus Reinvents His Manhattan Duplex : Architectural Digest. Berkus masked the awkward placement of two small, low windows with high-set blinds framed by long curtains; the airplane photograph is by Jeffrey Milstein from Tomas Maier.
Three large windows dressed with heavy khaki-and-blue-striped draperies over bamboo blinds form a warm niche for the family room sofa. Layering window treatments adds interest to the room and gives multiple options for blocking light.
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Nate Berkus Renovates His Manhattan Duplex - In the family room, a large photograph by Oswaldo Ruiz overlooks a vintage Milo Baughman chair, at left, and a pair of Paul McCobb stools; saguaro-cactus skeletons stand in the corner.
dark walls display a butterfly collection found at a Paris flea market. Apartment of Elaine Griffin and husband Michael McGarry. Interior design by Elaine Griffin. Photography by Joshua McHugh - Elle Decor
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