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“Interwar Technicolor Dream House”

That is how 31-year-old interior designer Brock Forsblom describes his new West Village rental.
The Library/Kitchen The walls and ceiling are painted in Farrow & Ball’s Breakfast Room Green and Yellowcake. The shelving is Elfa from the Container Store. The Pace Collection desk has a pietra-dura top from Stephanie Odegard. The area above the cabinets in the kitchen is covered by custom-made 18.5-inch twist fringe with pom-poms made by Samuel & Sons. “It’s so silly but so useful—hiding all that extra kitchen stuff I have to store up on the cabinets,” says Forsblom.

The Entry Hall/Living Room The living room is sectioned off via the curtains painted by Sophie Larrimore, who also decorated the niche on the opposite page.

ROOMS NEED a little meat to keep them from floating away,” interior designer Brock Forsblom says of

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