Bonnie and Behrang answered his need for both form and function with versatile, clean-lined pieces. In the second-floor living area, they fronted the low-slung violet-brown leather Avana sofa with varying white and brown glass Cabaret cocktail tables and added punch with cowhide Allure lounge chairs. Warm wood tones were injected with the burned oak Eliot dining table designed by Giorgio Cattelan and the Corridor cabinet.
In Behrang’s first-floor office—which boasts a dramatic frosted-glass retractable door—Bonnie brought in the elegant Sequel office collection and added color with the Mercury high-back executive chair and Mercury lo-back chairs in cognac. She cased the third-floor master bedroom in a calming neutral grey-white palette, and, true to Behrang’s taste, kept each area’s accessories to a minimum. “Our style and taste really blended together—he liked my ideas and I liked his,” Bonnie says. “He did such a great job with everything, and it was so much fun to work with him to bring his vision to life.”
Behrang echoes her sentiments. “She’s amazing,” he says. “She’s patient. She helped me put together my entire house exactly as I wanted it.” The result, Bonnie says, is a direct reflection of his on-point approach and penchant for perfection. “Design is more of a feeling—a feeling you get every time you walk in—and this is a stylish bachelor pad that really reflects him. But I’d move there in a minute,” she says, and laughs. Wouldn’t we all.