Rugs on Top of Rugs

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Photographer: Pieter Estersohn
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Photographer: Pieter Estersohn
In the entrance gallery of a 19th-century Maryland farmhouse, decorator centers a subtly patterned handwoven wool rug from on an earth-tone runner. The circa-1810 Russian settees that flank the doorway are upholstered in Estompe fabric, and the Adam Hall lantern is by .
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Photographer: Simon Upton
Estée Lauder executive John Demsey topped the leopard-print carpeting in the master bedroom of his Manhattan townhouse with boldly colored rugs by . The bench is by , the bedding is by , the coverlet is by , and the walls are painted in Caribbean Blue Water by .
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Photographer: William Waldron
The Manhattan apartment of Keith Johnson and his partner, Glen Senk, features a home office that showcases vintage rugs in tones of brown and cream. The table is by , the vintage lamps are French, and the walls are painted in DKC-16 by .
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Photographer: Pieter Estersohn
Rugs on Top of Rugs
In the Pennsylvania farmhouse that decorator Jim Westcott shares with his partner, Bob Evans, a 19th-century hooked rug on top of sisal brings pattern and texture to a serenely understated guest room outfitted with American antiques and French bed linens.
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Photographer: Thibault Jeanson
Designer/event planner conjured a soothing palette of cream, café au lait, and chocolate-brown in the living room of his Greenwich Village apartment, where the only bold pattern comes from a zebra rug placed on the diagonal atop a sisal from . The 1940s bergère and the sofa, which Todd designed, are both upholstered in a mohair by .
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Photographer: William Waldron
In the Provincetown, Massachusetts, library/painting studio of Robert Duffy, president of Marc Jacobs, overlapping antique Oriental rugs from Rug & Kilim create an exotic patchwork effect, evocative of the look of artists' studios a century ago. The mahogany table is from , and the vintage side chair by T. H. Robsjohn-Gibbings is from .
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Photographer: William Waldron
In the living room of his East Hampton, New York, home, designer centered a French Art Deco rug from atop an earthy sisal, adding graphic energy to the room's navy, gold, and brown color scheme. The paintings are by Graham Gilmore, and the Arne Jacobsen Egg chair and Hans Wegner stools are vintage.
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