We've spent many a cozy evening in designer Timo Weiland's West Village apartment. On the corner of Morton Street and 7th Avenue, it's really our NYC second home. Inspired by a "Big Sky-style cabin" and a "rustic sailboat saloon," the pad of this rising talent is like a little slice of nautical forest (makes sense, trust us) in the WV. Think: thick pine floorboards, floor-to-ceiling wooden cabinets, and an amazing, roaring brick fireplace that's on the real-estate wish list of, like, every New Yorker.
So, when we asked this R29 BFF if we could snap some pics for the rest of you guys to enjoy, he gladly obliged, inviting us, and our photog, in for a cup of tea and a fireside chat. In between snaps, we got the skinny on his upcoming projects, sexy-time tips (leather accoutrements!), and interior-decorating inspiration. Oh, and we even signed his cast!
Photographed by Shirley Yu
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