Home Tour: A Sexy and Dramatic Manhattan Small Space

When you think of a New York studio apartment, rarely do visions of double sofas, styled center tables, and large-scale artwork come to mind, yet the apartment of Casey Smith features all three. As director of an agency representing some of the fashion industry's leading creative talent, Smith has an eye for compelling visual compositions, as clearly seen in his Manhattan home. The space, a rented 600-square-foot alcove studio in a ‘30s apartment building in the West Chelsea area, is an intriguing mix of gorgeous lighting, unique furniture, and sentimental accessories which, when combined, create a compelling, deep design.