Damon Liss Design
Few designers are as eloquent practitioners of eclecticism as Damon Liss. He knows how to foster what he calls “a lovely dialogue between opposites,” with vintage and contemporary, metal and stone, rectilinear and curved elements all having a say. In the main room of this Tribeca loft, the furnishings are arranged into two different spatial conversations: one more formal, oriented around a discreet fireplace with a limestone surround and an adjacent jewel-toned custom bar, and the other more casual, defined by an extra-long sectional sofa for family lounging, with a TV on the wall. Meanwhile, choice pieces, like a seductively sculptural 1960s oak sideboard by Guillerme & Chambron from 1stDibs and a stylish 1950s metal pendant lamp from New York’s Pascal Boyer Gallery, provide what Liss calls “harmonious interaction” between the two configurations.