Space of the Week: On Display

Scott Sanders is the latest interior designer (following Carrier and Company, Rafael de Cárdenas, workshop/apd, and Studio Tim Campbell) to deck the walls of the model condominiums in the recently renovated Printing House. The 1910 building offers up noble industrial bones and eleven-foot-high windows that add drama to the living room of apartment 620, seen here from the second floor. Photo: Wendy Goodman

The sixteen-foot-high living room is anchored on one side by a wall of Sean Mellyn’s silk-screen eye charts that complement the sisal rug layered with an antique silk Chinese carpet, both from Stark. And who doesn’t love floor-to-ceiling curtains? Photo: Wendy Goodman

The opposite side of the living room features a glass-and-gold lantern from the Urban Electric Company hanging over the Comerford Collection bleached-pine table. The accompanying chairs are a mix of Frances side chairs from Liz O’Brien covered in a heavy woven wool with velvet buttons, and Sanders’s own antique wood chairs with seats covered in a silk shantung Cubist print. The large photographs to the left of the black David Iatesta étagères are by Jackie Nickerson from Jack Shainman Gallery. Photo: Wendy Goodman

Another view of the dining area off the kitchen looking toward the stairway. Sanders chose furniture and lighting from Dering Hall, like this glass-topped table with a polished walnut base is by Anthony Sisto of Antworkswood. The open-weave leather-strapped chairs are from John Rosselli & Associates. Photo: Wendy Goodman

Soothing pale blue walls lead you to the master suite off the first-floor entrance. Photo: Wendy Goodman

The bedroom windows dressed with ivory linen curtains from Kravet will soon have a view down to the garden below, currently being completed by Gunn Landscape Architecture. Photo: Wendy Goodman

This modernist sleigh bed is a custom design by Sanders from Dmitriy & Co. The two-tone bedding is from Serena & Lily, and the painting above is an oil on canvas by David Humphrey: Horsey Love. Photo: Wendy Goodman

Just in case you missed it: The regal portrait of Sanders’s mini-dachshund, Bailey, graces a bedroom side table. Photo: Wendy Goodman

These seventies beer cans featured in the upstairs study are from Sanders’s own collection. He estimates he has collected 145 cans over the years, starting when he was 12. The mid-century Hans Wegner chair is from Wyeth, and the desk is from Codor Design. The cabana area rug is by Stephanie Odegard. Photo: Wendy Goodman

Isn’t the pièce de résistance always the bathroom? This opulent one on the first floor is worth the drum roll with Waterworks accessories and towels. Photo: Marco Ricca

Space of the Week: On Display