“A collage of neutral furnishings and smart design tricks by designer Alex Reid.” — Architectural Digest

Alex Reid gave Architectural Digest a tour of his top-floor hideaway in a 1750s Greenwich Village townhouse. Equipped with an array of design conundrums typical of New York City like low ceilings and small rooms, Alex walked AD through how he strategically worked around these pain points to create a layered, comfortable, and inviting home.

Photos by Manuel Rodriguez.