New York Apartment of Accessories Designers Lambertson and Truex

Location: New York, New York

Price: $1,650,000

When accessories designers Richard Lambertson and John Truex told Architectural Digest of the trials and tribulations that went in to renovating their co-op on New York City's lovely Sutton Place, we couldn't have suspected they'd be looking to unload the place so soon. After all, that article just published in the October 2011 issue. But the Tiffany & Co. execs have just listed the object of their toil, an art-filled two-bedroom, two-bath apartment in an Emery Roth building, for $1,650,000. Highlights include a sleek new kitchen, a subway-tiled master bath, a subdued brown den, and plenty of closet space. Too bad the bold red paint in Lambertson's closet didn't make the listing photos. Be sure to check it out over at Arch Digest.

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