All images:  for Architectural Digest

Call us silly, but we can’t stop swooning over fashion designer Adam Lippes’ take on mixing antique finds and classic prints for maximum effect in his Brooklyn Heights apartment. From Victorian-style settees to Chinese Chippendale pagoda daybeds, Adam’s eclectic style shines through every room of his enchanting brownstone.

“‘Modern stuff I just don’t understand,’ fashion designer Adam Lippes says over coffee in the sun-splashed living room of his Brooklyn Heights apartment. ‘It’s just ugly.’ So, defiantly, he surrounds himself with the atmospheric opposite.”
Architectural Digest, “Fashion Designer Adam Lippes Makes His Home In This High-Style Brooklyn Apartment”

Get inspiration from Adam’s Architectural Digest spread, and shop the Brooklyn High-Style look on Sotheby’s Home.

Dining Room

Featured above: Federal Fret Mirror, Italian Three-Drawer Chest, French 12-Light Crystal Chandelier, Art Deco Style Round Dining Table, and Louis XVI Style Velvet Upholstered Dining Chairs (set of 6)

Living Room

Featured above: Persian Kirman Carpet, Transitional Style Scallop Back Bench, Georgian Carved Wall Mirror, and Louis XVI Style Fireplace Tools


Featured above: Mansour Hand-Knotted Art Deco Rug, Biedermeier Style Upholstered Dining Chairs (set of 6), Louis XV Style Single-Drawer Guéridon, Woodard Furniture Co. Patio Settee, Louis XV Style Three-Light Bouillotte Lamps, and Biedermeier Secrétaire


Featured above: Persian Bidjar Carpet, Drexel Japanned HighboyLouis XV Style Trumeau Mirror With Oil Painting, Aldo Tura Two-Tier Bar Cart, and Georgian Octagonal Tilt-Top Table

Shop the full Brooklyn High-Style collection exclusively on Sotheby’s Home.

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