In the dining area, a circa-1910 fireplace surround, chairs from Provence, and a '20s mirror; the prints are by Piranesi, the flooring was originally beams in a Civil War hospital in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, and the walls are painted in 's Sag Harbor Gray.
The couple's dalmatian in one of the gardens; the sandstone urns are flea market finds, and the gate is from Provence.
The living area of the main barn includes a , 19th-century wing chairs, and an antique bench from Provence; the leather sofa is Italian, and the plaster sculpture was found at a Paris flea market.
Boston ivy covers the façade of the house; the seating is by , and the plantings include boxwood, Platanus x acerifolia 'Bloodgood', and agave.
Side chairs by surround a handmade, bluestone-top table in the outdoor dining area.
Boxwood hedges in a courtyard; the fountain was found at a Pennsylvania flea market.
In the master bath, an American 1850s gilt mirror and an antique sink with fittings are reflected in a custom-made mirror; the armchair is from France, and the walls are painted in 's Waterbury Cream.
A guest bedroom includes linens and a throw by Dransfield & Ross, a metal-studded trunk, and custom-made shelving and cabinetry.
An antique child's bed and 1920s French armchair in a guest bedroom; the chestnut beams are antique.
In a hall, circa-1930 ladder-back chairs and an American drop-leaf table; a custom-made lantern hangs above an Empire-style chest, and the flooring is antique pine.
and William Welch outside their home in Pottersville, New Jersey.
The orangery features an Italian chandelier and 19th-century French doors, a 1920s farmhouse bench from France, and busts of Diana and Caesar below a Venetian silk merchant's table.