We are thrilled to let you in on our latest project – exclusive house tours and designer interviews for Refinery29. Our first house tour takes you inside the Manhattan apartment of one of today’s hottest interiors photographers, Patrick Cline. An AphroChic contributor, we couldn’t wait to take you on a tour of the spacious one-bedroom apartment where Cline spends time between shooting jobs. Here are some additional images of Cline’s space that didn’t make it onto R29. We promise you’ll be swooning over this New York City bachelor pad.
Unpretentious yet unmistakably well-travelled, Patrick’s decor is an eclectic mix of items acquired while shooting in exotic locales, together with just about anything that catches his photographer’s eye. A step into his home, and it takes less than a moment to realize that it’s a space designed to engage the eye.
Part bachelor pad, part art museum, black and white imagery dominates the walls, and Cline’s favorite photography books are artfully perched on window sills along with an assortment of curated collections, mementos, and other curiosities.
It’s the ideal setting for New York’s post-modern James Bond to cool his heels, plan his next trip and his next great adventure in the world of photography.
Read the full interview with Patrick Cline on Refinery29 and see more exclusive articles by AphroChic on R29.
Photographed by Patrick Cline and Kristin Aytona