As you enter this unassuming basement eatery, you’re taken back in time to 1950/60s Manhattan. The décor is simple, pared back, but ultra luxurious; if Mad Men’s Don Draper came around the corner with an Old Fashioned in hand, you wouldn’t be surprised, such is the authenticity of Luna. Sociable booths — with leather upholstery so buttery, you might want to eat that too — set the tone for this Italian restaurant, but as for what styling tips to take home? The geometric carpet. It’s bold but it works. If you opt for something similar, take a leaf out of Luna’s book and let this be your statement colour and pattern in the room. You won’t need much else.