My Houzz: Personalized, Joyful Style in an 1895 Harlem ApartmentEclectic Bedroom, New York
Photo: Margot Hartford © 2017 Houzz
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Wall graffiti guest book. Designer Dennis Decker lives in a renovated four-story 1895 brownstone in Harlem. “I live by myself, although being in New York, I enjoy a constant flow of guests,” Decker says. He rents out his second bedroom on the top floor, which has a private entrance and bathroom, to vacationers. He calls the room his Harlem Hideaway. The guest list wall started with one of Decker’s parties. “It now has thousands of signatures, with notables such as Kate Spade, Joel Grey, Josh Hartnett, Sheryl Lee Ralph and Jadakiss. Every new guest adds his or her own, and it is continually evolving. The marking pen is always ready,” he says.
“I live by myself, although being in New York, I enjoy a constant flow of guests,” Decker says. He rents out his second bedroom, which he’s named Harlem Hideaway, to vacationers. It has a private entrance and bathroom.