Interior designer Charlie Ferrer reworks the idea of working from home

In this space-starved city, a live/work situation is hardly a novel idea — but an up-and-coming interior designer and furniture dealer’s new Manhattan pad offers a new twist. After a stint in Los Angeles, last year Charlie Ferrer bought a 1,000-square-foot Manhattan pad — a combo of two studios — and created a comfortable one-bedroom home that also serves as a showroom of sorts. Clients, who visit the apartment by appointment only, can take in Ferrer’s neutral, muted aesthetic, as well as check out the custom-made furniture. The Wall Street Journal takes a peek at Ferrer’s home and office here.

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