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An Interior Designer's Home Tour (& Tips!)

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    Not to be creepy, but if we could, we'd peep inside every apartment in Gotham City. Call us voyeurs, but we love seeing how everyone dresses their space to match their lifestyle. And, while editors, actresses, and models definitely know how to match their glam lives to their even more glamorous pads, it's always better to get your interiors tips straight from the pros. So, we tapped Laser Rosenberg, a residential and commercial interior designer whose client roster boasts some familiar names. You know, the Paltrow, Lopez, Kravitz, and Moore kind.

    Luckily, Rosenberg let us into his rustic-yet-polished Noho pad to show us how to fuse his aesthetic — a mix of modern and traditional, bohemian and urban — into our own NYC-sized places. We got the scoop on how to re-do your space from top to bottom, what to buy for spring, and which artists to seek for your home collection. Best of all? If you're swooning over Laser's crib as hard as we are, you can shop his wares at his soon-to-launch site Gallacher & Rosenberg that stocks collaborative, original, and exclusive products. Or, you know, you can just be apartment peeping Toms, like us.

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