The door was hand-crafted and painted in Morocco. The niches on either side display various pieces of lacquerware from Burma, Afghanistan and India, as well as a Bhutanese jewelry box, Chinese pillow box and various other boxes from Asia.
A melange of Turkish and native American carpets lends warmth and color to the living room. The far end of the room features a Tibetan gong and stand and various pieces of Burmese lacquer. Caucasian soumak besiks cover the tables on the right side of the room, bearing a collection of middle eastern teapots and jugs.
The centerpiece of the music room is a Steinway grand piano designed by Karl Lagerfield. Qing Dynasty Chinese and Tibetan robes decorate one wall and a Burmese lacquer bible is framed on the other. A Qing Dynasty chair from southern China sits next to the piano, atop a modern naturally dyed Indian carpet.
An early 19th century Burmese temple ceiling panel decorates the right wall. The two chairs on the ground floor were handcrafted in Indonesia and the sofa and ottoman were crafted using reclaimed architectural elements from India and covered with Turkmen carpets.