Apartment tour: 2BR townhouse in LIC

Interior designer Thom Lindsley indulges the eclectic whims of his latest client-himself.

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  • Interior designer Thom Lindsley (lindsleydesign.com) purchased his three-story...

  • Lindsley's friend, designer and illustrator Kerri Ferrara (kferraradesign.com),...

  • "Milo is scared of this picture," says Lindsley, who took the photo. "When we...

  • "I love to host dinner parties," says Lindsley. "I had the table custom made...

  • This statement-making wall sculpture is an original mid-20th-century modern...

  • "Lighting is a big thing for me," notes Lindsley, gesturing to the conical Flos...

  • Another friend of Lindsley's, Haitian artist Kingler Bercy (wkbart.com),...

  • "This is actually a storage ottoman that one of my great upholsterers, J...

  • This slate fireplace is original to the house and continues down to the...

  • The front-door key from McDonald's parents' first home sits in a frame on a...

  • The bathroom was the first room in the house to undergo renovations, with a...

  • "This is the little room that shrunk," jokes Lindsley of the guest room. "It...

  • Milo lounges on a dog bed Lindsley designed for a charity auction held by the...

  • Hanging on the walls of Lindsley's bedroom are snapshots his friend...

  • This statue was a gift from a friend and depicts the Hindu god Shiva as the...

  • "That chest is from a place in Queens [Chinese Antique Wholesaler, 20-15 128th...

  • In keeping with the Asian influences in the room, shutter doors from a house in...

Interior designer Thom Lindsley (lindsleydesign.com) purchased his three-story...

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ABC Carpet & Home (888 Broadway at 19th St; 212-473-3000, abchome.com) The ikat pillows in Lindsley's bedroom are by Madeline Weinrib (great-granddaughter of ABC Carpet & Home founder Max Weinrib), who has an entire section of the store devoted to her wares. Lindsley cites the home-goods giant as one of his favorites.

International Garden (807 Sixth Ave at 28th St; 212-929-9418, internationalgarden.net) For the fresh-cut flowers he displays in his home, Lindsley heads to this high-end florist in the Flower District. "They have gorgeous flowers, not your little deli-shop flowers," he says.

Tufenkian (919 Third Ave between 55th and 56th Sts; 800-432-9917, tufenkiancarpets.com) The red wool-and-silk Tibetan rug in Lindsley's living room comes from this artisan carpet company, which has a showroom in Midtown East.

eBay.com Lindsley has sourced various knickknacks and decorative items from this reliable standby. "EBay is one of my favorites," he says. "I think you can do better by going on eBay than just going to Crate & Barrel—which I still do!"

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