Stylist and Editor Jackie Astier shows us her family apartment in the Upper East Side, which is full of her taste, high style and rock and roll spirit! A perfect blend of different decades and trends in interior design matched perfectly with contemporary art and some cozy elements.
Jackie Astier in the dining room of her family’s Manhattan apartment.
The living room is made special by the faux-bois wallpaper and the rare Damien Hirst Spot painting.
In the guests living room, we can spot floor from the 60’s, two vintage Vladimir Kagan sofas and mix and match elements of contemporary interior designers.
A truly rare finding of William Haines love chairs.
Jackie is an ebay expert! She found the brass bases of this table and matched them with a vintage French chandelier.
This room is dedicated to the Art Deco era and most of the furniture were found on ebay!
In the white kitchen, a more minimal aesthetic is expressed with clean lines and an amazing celling wallpaper with trees!
Vintage influences in the master bedroom, using a lot of color, velvet details and a nice fluffy carpet.
In the hall outside the library, you can spot an amazing art piece by James Rosenquist.