October 31, 2009

The home of a collector: Leif Sigerson's New York home











An interesting interior- Danish interior architect & set designer Leif Sigerson's home in New York. Full of vintage finds from all over the place, rustic collected objects, assemblages that mean something to him. I think it's clear he's a set designer- snippets of his rooms could be stage/ film sets for a story. (photos by Ditte Isager/ Elle Decoration Nov 2009)

7 comments:

Jane Flanagan said...

Swoon! I love this place so much - it feels so warmly earthy and yet industrial.

Anonymous said...

Love it! Love it! How does he manage to create something so beautiful and so different??? Love the neutral colours, the natural way of displaying objects, but above all the sharp sensitivity...This is the anti-burgeois home! Nine xxx

Anonymous said...

Love it! Love it! How does he manage to create something so beautiful and so different??? Love the neutral colours, the natural way of displaying objects, but above all the sharp sensitivity...This is the anti-burgeois home! Nine xxx

That's Not My Age said...

Absolutely lovely ...think I need a bigger place to live!

susan said so said...

The terrace garden is my favorite - I love unexpected spaces like that!

xox,
Susan

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mady dooijes said...

what a beautiful place, wonder if he would swap places... absolutly gorgeous.

washer said...

Swoon!.. soooo lovely.. we love the places like that!...