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This Is How To Decorate with Contemporary Artwork

In less than two weeks, Michael Richman combined smart furnishings and bold artwork for a pop-up at Trump Tower. Here’s how.

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Interior design: Michael Richman Interiors, richmaninteriors.com

Bedroom: Bed frame and Lucite desk, Michael Richman Interiors. Pillows and striped wool rug, therugcompany.com. Desk lamp, lightology.com. Asem wood pedestal, San Juan Ventures, degiulio.org. Chair, aneesupholstery.com. “I’m Trying to Tell You How I Feel,” vinyl text on glass by Aaron Krach, through Michael Richman Interiors. “Ciudad Madero, Mexico” photograph by Alex Webb, stephendaitergallery.com.

Living room: Main Street sofa, swivel chair, Anees Upholstery. Box Series day bed, Lumen coffee table, Michael Richman Interiors. Pedestal side table with petrified wood top, San Juan Ventures. Mirrored side table, jeandemerry.com. Silk rug, The Rug Company. “Lake Project 6” and “Terminal Mirage” photographs by David Maisel, Carrie Secrist Gallery, through Michael Richman Interiors. (On coffee table) “Bronze Men” sculpture by Ettore Greco, jennifernorbackfineart.com.

Den: Sofa, Michael Richman Interiors. Teak trunk coffee table, side table, San Juan Ventures. Floor lamp, Gulassa & Co., trufurniture.com. Pillows, rug, The Rug Company. (Left of doorway) Camouflage painting by Pete Skvara, andrewrafacz.com. (Right of doorway) Untitled woven image by John Sparagna, corbettvsdempsey.com.

Dining room: Suar wood table with stainless steel base, San Juan Ventures. Wood and metal ottomans with sheepskin tops, Jean De Merry. Blossom LED chandelier, Lightology.


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