Something about Alfredo Paredes and Brad Goldfarb's Manhattan penthouse feels like a perfect autumn sanctuary to me. At first glance, you'd be forgiven to think the space was situated on a big country estate. Soaring wood beamed ceilings, tall iron framed windows and a lovely rustic tone that favours natural sisal rugs, neutral tones and rough wood furniture juxtaposed with luxurious plush fabrics and that little hits of glamour - like that zebra hide chair or the tall free standing pewter bathtub. Alfredo has been a long-standing protege of Ralph Lauren's, and his emblematic look of laid back luxury is quite obvious throughout the space.
All photos: Miguel Flores-Vianna, Produced by Robert Rufino for Architectural Digest