Tour the Moody NYC Apartment of Two Lighting Gods

 

Chances are you’ve come across Apparatus Studio‘s lighting, probably without even knowing it. Right here on Savvy Home for starters: once in a midcentury cool London flat, another in a sprawling Malibu farmhouse, again on a tour of the gorgeous Studio Four in NYC, and a few times in my favorite New York City hotels, The Marlton and the Ludlow.

 

Tour the Apartment of Gabriel Hendifar and Jeremy Anderson of Apparatus Studio on @SavvyHome

Tour the Apartment of Gabriel Hendifar and Jeremy Anderson of Apparatus Studio on @SavvyHome

Tour the Apartment of Gabriel Hendifar and Jeremy Anderson of Apparatus Studio on @SavvyHome

Tour the Apartment of Gabriel Hendifar and Jeremy Anderson of Apparatus Studio on @SavvyHome

Tour the Apartment of Gabriel Hendifar and Jeremy Anderson of Apparatus Studio on @SavvyHome

Tour the Apartment of Gabriel Hendifar and Jeremy Anderson of Apparatus Studio on @SavvyHome

Tour the Apartment of Gabriel Hendifar and Jeremy Anderson of Apparatus Studio on @SavvyHome

They say three’s a trend, I say five’s an obsession. Basically, I would cover all my walls and ceilings in Apparatus Studio lighting if I could. And that’s exactly what co-founders Gabriel Hendifar and partner Jeremy Anderson did. Because obviously they can get the lighting for free if they damn choose.

Let’s be real: people with such easy access to some of the best lighting on the market could hardly have an ugly house. Especially when they are the creators of said lighting, and by association have amazing taste.

It’s almost hard to imagine that, just a few years ago, this talented duo was piecing together vintage pieces to create their first lighting creatings, purely for their own home.

I love the use of muted paint colors, especially in the bedroom and the kitchen, as a backdrop to the beautiful lighting. The colors are so right and simply fabulous. I’m obsessed with the blue-gray tones against the white Triad Chandelier in the bedroom. I’ve been obsessed with that chandelier ever since I spotted it in the Marlton Hotel, but I think I prefer it even more in white.

The living room is also fabulous with it’s icy blue and birch tones. I spy a couple of gorgeous Kelly Wearstler chairs along with a side table from Egg Collective and of course, Apparatus’ Arrow chandelier.

 

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Photos: Matthew Williams for Elle Décoration, Design by Gabriel Hendifar