A Sophie von Hellermann painting faces a Chesney’s mantel in the parlor; the custom-made sofa is joined by ’50s Stilnovo table lamps and ’40s wing chairs.

A Sophie von Hellermann painting faces a Chesney’s mantel in the parlor; the custom-made sofa is joined by ’50s Stilnovo table lamps and ’40s wing chairs.

TOP 10 CONTEMPORARY RUGS | living room rugs | patterned rugs | home decor | #mcontemporaryrugs | #interiordesign | #patternedrugs | more @ http://www.contemporaryrugs.eu/top-10-contemporary-rugs/

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TOP 10 CONTEMPORARY RUGS | living room rugs | patterned rugs | home decor | #mcontemporaryrugs | #interiordesign | #patternedrugs | more @ http://www.contemporaryrugs.eu/top-10-contemporary-rugs/

This $18 Million Brooklyn Brownstone Is Located on a Historic Street Photos | Architectural Digest

This $18 Million Brooklyn Brownstone Is Located on a Historic Street

This $18 Million Brooklyn Brownstone Is Located on a Historic Street Photos | Architectural Digest

Niermann Weeks Italian Chandelier in this serene living room by Boston’s Wilson Kelsey Design. niermannweeks.com #NiermannWeeks

Niermann Weeks Italian Chandelier in this serene living room by Boston’s Wilson Kelsey Design. niermannweeks.com #NiermannWeeks

Jennifer Post Turns Diamond Dealer’s Manhattan Pied-à-Terre Into a Minimalist Haven Photos | Architectural Digest

Jennifer Post Turns Diamond Dealer’s Manhattan Pied-à-Terre Into a Minimalist Haven

Jennifer Post Turns Diamond Dealer’s Manhattan Pied-à-Terre Into a Minimalist Haven Photos | Architectural Digest

In the master bedroom, a 1950s Austrian pendant light from Eric Appel is juxtaposed with late-19th-century Moorish chairs and a 1920s armchair attributed to Paul Poiret’s Atelier Martine from Bernd Goeckler Antiques | archdigest.com

Thad Hayes Combines Two Historic Boston Houses Into One Grand Family Home

In the master bedroom, a 1950s Austrian pendant light from Eric Appel is juxtaposed with late-19th-century Moorish chairs and a 1920s armchair attributed to Paul Poiret’s Atelier Martine from Bernd Goeckler Antiques | archdigest.com

We raised all of the interior door openings all the way up. - We used crown moldings that projected inward more than normal. - We painted a lot of the ceilings light gray or light blue. - We hung all of the curtains as high as possible. - We hung chandeliers a little higher than our standard height (we typically hang them 66" up from the floor but we went even higher up in this case). - We upholstered some of the walls in the same fabric as the curtains.

We raised all of the interior door openings all the way up. - We used crown moldings that projected inward more than normal. - We painted a lot of the ceilings light gray or light blue. - We hung all of the curtains as high as possible. - We hung chandeliers a little higher than our standard height (we typically hang them 66" up from the floor but we went even higher up in this case). - We upholstered some of the walls in the same fabric as the curtains.

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