Brooklyn is the place to be, especially if you’re the new editor-in-chief of Out Magazine’s Brooklyn edition. The magazine’s previous EIC recently moved to San Francisco, and so the spotlight has shifted to his replacement, who has been making some big changes in Brooklyn itself, not just within the pages of Out Magazine. Take a look at what this EIC has done with her home in one of New York City’s most desirable neighborhoods.
Introducing Matt Baumgartner
Matt Baumgartner is the new editor-in-chief of Out magazine, and he’s quickly making a name for himself in the publishing world. But when he’s not working, he enjoys spending time in his cool Brooklyn apartment. With its exposed brick walls and eclectic décor, Matt’s home is the perfect reflection of his personality. Keep reading to get a glimpse into the life of this up-and-coming magazine editor!
Getting into interior design
If you’re anything like us, you love flipping through magazines and drooling over gorgeous homes. Well, today we’ve got a treat for you! We’re taking a peek inside the home of Out magazine’s new editor-in-chief, Schuyler Bailar. With an undergraduate degree in economics from Harvard University and a master’s degree in Public Policy from Harvard Kennedy School, it’s no surprise that his style is clean and contemporary. From an all-white bedroom to sleek bathroom storage solutions, this apartment proves that with some creativity, any space can be transformed into something special.
Inspiration, tips and resources
As the new editor-in-chief of Out magazine, Nathan Thomas has some big shoes to fill. But from the looks of his cool Brooklyn apartment, he’s up for the challenge. Check out these photos for some inspiration, tips and resources on how to make your own space just as chic. Olivia Palermo wearing The Elder Statesman – Coat , in black/white wool with oversized hoodie; Dries Van Noten leather skirt; Chloé sunglasses. Jamie Bochert wearing Denim Blouse with Pencil Skirt by Diesel; Karen Walker Sunglasses by Karen Walker; Christian Louboutin Pigalle Pumps.
Quotes from him
I want people to feel like they can come here and be themselves, he said of his home. I want it to be a place where people feel comfortable and can just relax. There are records on my shelves, paintings on my walls. It is a space for creatives, or anyone who wants to enjoy themselves in Brooklyn.
Where he shops
If you’re looking for some home décor inspiration, look no further than the cool Brooklyn apartment of Out magazine’s new editor-in-chief, Trey Tyler. Trey has an eye for mixing vintage and modern pieces, and he sources most of his furniture and décor from local shops in Brooklyn. For unique one-of-a-kind items, Trey likes to hit up antique stores and flea markets. He also spends a lot of time scouring Etsy for treasures.
What he wears at home
At home, Michael must don many hats – editor, partner, father, son, and more. His personal style reflects his ability to move seamlessly between these roles. You can often find him in a comfortable pair of jeans, a button-down shirt, and his signature red glasses. He’s also not afraid to take risks with his fashion choices, which is evident in the eclectic mix of art and furniture in his home.
Before and after pictures of his apartment
When Lawrence Schlossman took over as editor-in-chief of Out magazine, he also got a new Brooklyn apartment. The bachelor pad is equal parts cool and eclectic, with interesting art on the walls and eclectic furniture throughout. Plus, there’s an impressive view of the Manhattan skyline. Check out some before and after pictures of his space below!