How do you envision a perfumer’s home? Something really unusual, full of art and colorfully tinted glass bottles? Now is your chance to discover what it looks like in reality, and this is a 780 square foot brownstone from the 1900s in New York. It’s filled with a mix of paved furniture from antique shops and families, multifunctional pieces, and loads of glass and lucite to keep things visually light. Since the house also serves as an office for perfumers, functionality was the top priority, followed by highlighting the features of the turn of the century such as the gargoyle in the entrance area and the original wooden doors and beams – and at the same time contemporary.