Interior Inspiration

The Stylish Mid-Century Home
of the J.Crew Boss

J.Crew's CEO Mickey Drexler has listed his townhouse in New York's Tribeca neighborhood for a whopping $29.95 million, according to The Wall Street Journal. The brick building was built in the 1890s and was originally used as a coffee roasting plant but Drexler renovated it into a single home, while maintaining some of the industrial charm with exposed steel, wood and brick. To balance out the roughness he decorated it with sharp pieces with a mid-century vibe and plenty of bold prints. Take a look around and try to bring the same feeling to your place.

What We Like

The big, graphic art and the unique lighting.

Studio floor lamp,
$275 by Schoolhouse Electric

Vintage typewriter print,
from $78 at Fine Art America

Tripod lamp,
$24.99 by Room Essentials

What We Like

A deep leather couch with clean lines and a rustic table with industrial roots.

Leather sofa,
$2,299 at West Elm

Antique factory cart table,
$492 at Etsy

What We Like

A bold mix of furniture and accents, topped with a leather-clad wall.

Edison bulb light,
$100 / $89.98 by A-Lamp Design

Stein lounge chair,
$449 at Urban Outfitters

Contemporary cube sculpture,
$79 / $55 at West Elm