This Might Be One Of NYC's Most Gorgeous Lofts

It’s been nearly 30 years since celebrated decorator Vicente Wolf first settled into his light-filled 3,000-square-foot loft — previously an industrial sewing factory — in NYC’s Garment District. Along with its plaster walls, concrete floors, and exposed sprinkler systems, the gallery-like white backdrop has remained unchanged over the years. “I wanted it to be a canvas for the things that are inside of the apartment,” says Vicente. It was this simple yet purposeful gesture that set the stage for a home that is light, airy, and constantly evolving, thanks to new shipments of antiques from origins such as Indonesia and Belgium. We stopped by recently to talk collecting, decorating, and loft-style living with this man about town.

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