Dev’s Apartment (from “Master of None”)

Type: Apartment // Location: New York, New York // Source: Primer Magazine


About This Place

If you haven’t watched Aziz Ansari’s series, Master of None, it’s worth a Netflix binge. Aziz’s style is on point, as always, and his place is equally cool.

How he affords this NYC pad on an aspiring actor’s wages? It’s probably best just to suspend your disbelief on that one.


modern lounge chair

Don’t feel badly that your place doesn’t look as polished as this one. There’s a set designer who was handsomely paid to create this eclectic, lived-in looking space.

A handy pointer you can take for your own space–display collections together for bigger impact, like the cameras, clocks and vintage stereo equipment on the bookcase.

We’re going to make you feel even better by saying that we’ve never seen a pillow collection this nice in reality. That doesn’t mean it can’t be done, though. Pick a group of pillows in the same color family and you’ll be well on your way to a stylish sofa.

A media credenza sits behind the sofa and adds more storage to the room. A credenza like this is your best friend. It can be used in the bedroom, living room, kitchen, office, dining room…you get the idea.


The bedroom has more of the eclectic charm found in the living room. The bedding is a look that can easily be copied by the average guy. Pick neutral bedding and add a striped blanket to the foot of the bed.

There’s a leather and wood chair tucked in the corner. We like the mix of textures, especially with the addition of a fur throw on top.


alarm clock

The platform bed rests against an exposed brick wall, a sweet feature if you can swing it. There’s a large print above the bed that echoes the blues found on the living room pillows.

Instead of the usual bedside lamps, industrial sconces were used. Sconces are a great way to add bedside lighting without taking up precious night stand space.