Nazmiyal Collection Featured In The Wall Street Journal  October 26, 2012

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The Good-Life Living Room

This multifunctional salon can accommodate two people or 20, for coffee or cocktails

IN THE CONTEXT OF urban real estate, one-room living is rarely a fantasy—consider the overfilled studio apartment. But some of the chicest spaces are ones that combine all the functions of living, with intelligence and style. Case in point: this warm and eclectic loft by David Rockwell.

Who lives here? No one—yet. The space is one of the standouts of Hearst Magazines' Designer Visions show house, staged in a turn-of-the-century New York factory building being converted into luxe condos with expansive loft-style layouts. The three apartments are a collaboration between each of Hearst's shelter magazines and a star designer: Antony Todd curated a worldly scheme for Veranda, Matthew Patrick Smyth devised a masculine pied-à-terre for Elle Decor and Mr. Rockwell—known for his Broadway and Academy Awards sets—delivered this mise-en-scène for House Beautiful. Below, a close-up of a few dramatic details. For more information, go to www.designervisionsonline.com.

 —Jen Renzi

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Wall Street Journal Features Nazmiyal's Antique Oushak

(Above Photo By: Thomas Loof/House Beautiful)

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Antique Oushak Carpet Featured In The Wall Street Journal