From the bathroom wallpaper to the living room rug to the master bedroom's headboard, rich, colorful patterns dominate the decor of designer Marika Wagle's Tribeca loft. Wagle sells home decor and jewelry that she sources on trips to Morocco, Ethiopia, Turkey, and India, and her own home, featured Justina Blakeney's new book The New Bohemians: Cool and Collected Homes, is filled with those same finds. Wagle says she has a "general fear of solids," and proclaims on her website that "Too much is never enough!" Much of the artwork in her loft comes from friends or familyher niece created the work in the kitchenor she makes it herself. Wagle designed the headboard, which doubles as a vanity, and she made the print in the office using photos from a 1960s modeling shoot of her grandmother. The loft features a lot of exposed brick, a private patio, and sliding doors to allow a more flexible floorplan. Currently, it's on the market for $1.795 million.