Pure Picks: Fredric Bernstein

Home décor selections from interior designer Fredric Bernstein, who adds a touch of whimsy to each of his creations.
“I begin by establishing a foundation of wood, stone, glass and steel to create the actual living space before adding layers in an eclectic mix of styles and periods.”
“A tuxedo-style sofa is a go-to of mine for its classic lines and comfortability. This vintage Paul McCobb one is upholstered in celery chambray.” $8,500, available at Fredric Bernstein, fredricbernstein.com



“This elegant Laverne table looks like it could be from a Chinese treasure trove, with its combination of precious metals and finely etched scenery.” Price upon request, available at Fredric Bernstein, 36 N Ferry Rd., Shelter Island, fredricbernstein.com


“These delicately tooled vintage brass and floral-relief Moroccan lamps sit majestically upon nightstands or consoles, lending a kingly atmosphere.” Brass Moroccan lamp duo, $3,500, available at Incollect, incollect.com


“Giovanni Pesce designed this commanding image for Wall&Decò’s 2017 line of wallpapers, looking like an unearthed mosaic from a time lost in history. Exotic, powerful and playful!” Ancetre wallpaper, $123 per square meter, Wall&Decò, wallanddeco.com
“Floating inches off the floor, Blu Dot’s Nook will lull you to sleep while cradling you in its curved headboard.” Nook king bed, $1,999, Blu Dot, bludot.com


“Esque Studio’s hand-blown, slumped vases are available in mesmerizing jewel tones of amethyst, aquamarine and citrine in three sizes—modern, but reminiscent of a more primitive time.” Slumped vase, from $350, Esque Studio, esque-studio.com


“Edward Fields is the creator of ‘area rugs.’ This one evokes ocean rivers, beaches and the eternal tides of the sea.” The Deep II, customizable in any size, shape or color, price upon request, Edward Fields, edwardfields.com