Edie Parker accessories designer Brett Heyman and her family tapped decorator Mark Cunningham for their Connecticut home. In the white-washed entrance hall, a table helps to center the space. | archdigest.com
When I stumbled upon these photos of Edie Parker founder Brett Heyman’s home I immediately wanted to cover my walls in dark green paint. Published on One Kings Lane, the accessories designer’s Connecticut country retreat is an artful balance of bold statements (the dining room!) and subtle neutrals (the master bedroom!). The property was previously published by Architectural …
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The library’s handsome millwork and paneling is made from clear cypress, a more pristine alternative to pecky cypress, which is common to the region; the coffee table is a custom creation by Ferrer. In front of the window is an Art Deco parchment desk.
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A Maine landscape by Marsden Hartley overlooks a Tom Dixon writing desk in the library, accompanied by a Henningsen chandelier by Louis Poulsen from Dansk Møbelkunst; the steel-and-leather X stools are by Michel Boyer, the green alpaca throw is by Lena Rewell, and the cocktail table was custom made.