The living room is organized in pairs--two Georgian tables under identical mirrors by Jasper, two Regency chairs with Egyptian motifs and clear glass sconces--creating a soothing symmetry in front of the fireplace. Painting by Charles Fine. A pale blue sofa slipcovered in a damask fabric sits beside the parchment coffee table.
The living room of a young family’s Manhattan apartment overlooking Central Park. The design was a collaboration between architect Peter Pennoyer and 2010 A-List designer Katie Ridder. A unique print by Andy Warhol, J.S. Flowers, and a painting by Jack Youngerman, Enigma, hang above a sofa upholstered in silk mohair by J. Robert Scott; the cocktail table by Urban has a faux-parchment finish. The carved Dutch Colonial Burgomaster chair is 17th century, the 1940s gilded-iron table is by ...
Long Island home of Ian and Emilie Irving in the New York Times T Magazine. The home is filled with chintz, antique ethnic textiles, and finds from their extensive travels. It is chic and bohemian, bringing to mind a cottage in the English countryside. Ian and his first wife, famed textile designer and tastemaker, Carolina Irving originally worked on the home together, and her influence continues to emanate from each room.
The double-sided, board-formed concrete fireplace, designed by architect Jeffrey Allsbrook, is the focal point of the living room. Kayne and Ehrlich lowered the ceilings by a few feet to make the space feel more intimate. Reclaimed wood beams and planks on the ceiling were salvaged from a Pennsylvania barn; woven leather and carved wood chairs from JF Chen; custom Molly Isaacson white linen sofas.