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Modal Trigger On the top floor of the townhouse is a chic, all-black lounge where Stern and Turco host about one party a month. Stern, who has designed everything from wallpaper to tea, dresses to the nines for them. As they neared their February engagement, Stern wanted to give the house a zesty upgrade from the leather-heavy look favored by Turco. A graduate of the New York School of Interior Design, Stern was excited about putting her own stamp on the erstwhile bachelor pad. Her vision manifested itself in wildly patterned wallpaper, furry throws and spiky midcentury lighting fixtures. Out came beige wallpaper, in went black paint. In , Turco and Stern redid 24 Florida homes, most available to rent on Airbnb. I feel they are part of our love story. It holds the kitchen, the living room, and a nook with a small library and office space. Stern opted for an orange stove to energize the open kitchen. She also chose a retro-style Bertazzoni orange range for the open kitchen. It gives the space a burst of color that is amplified by bright pillows on the couch and works on the wall of the step-up living room. On the main floor is a reading nook that doubles as an office. Stern salvaged two Philippe Starck chairs from the trash for the foot of each guest bed. In the corner, a dramatic velvet curtain cordons off a black lacquer vanity, bedecked with a slightly chipped oversize mirror. She used to skate, herself. The walls are adorned with skateboards and provocative art. This den space — which has two patios, one with a picture-perfect view of the Columbus Circle entrance to Central Park — is where Stern and Turco entertain. Despite the all-black walls and furnishings, the space is airy and light. I think of black as a curtain or frame to really let us focus on the windows, looking outside at the evolving streetscape below. Stern also says that the new digs — and the parties the couple throws about once a month — have opened the eyes of her Upper East Side-dwelling friends. Initially reluctant to cross the park — much less travel below 60th Street — the townhome changes their minds.
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