Bedroom By: McMillen. Designer Suzana Monacella of McMillen drew on her Brazilian roots for a zesty bedroom set beneath a ceiling painted to resemble Art Deco straw marquetry. The custom-made bed is flanked by display cases backed with a tropical-foliage wallpaper, the carpet recalls tribal basketry, and a toucan statuette stands on the wood chest of drawers.
Stairwell By: Philip Mitchell Design. Mitchell transformed the showhouse's elliptical stairwell into a glorious gallery of miscellany. Nearly 300 works of art -- sketches, photographs, watercolors, plaster medallions, and the like -- are clustered on the walls in a heady arrangement that nimbly blends fine paintings with the flea-market finds. Vases and ojets d'art mounted on brackets fill gaps here and there.
Silvery tones join touches of golden metal in Thom Filicia’s study. Though the soothing room is resolutely neutral, patterns and textures enrich and enliven, from the basket-weave carpeting to the diamond-motif curtain fabric to the hypnotic material stretched across the walls. thomfilicia.com