How do you imagine a home of a perfumer? Something really unusual, full of art and colorfully-tinted glass bottles? Now you have a chance to discover how it looks in reality, and this is a 780-square-foot 1900s brownstone in New York. It’s filled with a balance of cobbled-together furniture from antique stores and family, multifunctional pieces and plenty of glass and Lucite to keep things visually light. Because the home serves as a perfumer’s office as well, functionality was of top priority, followed by highlighting the turn-of-the-century features such as the gargoyle in the entryway and original wood doors and beams — while still keeping it contemporary.