The Perfect Pied-à-Terre

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Photographer: Joshua McHugh
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The living room of interior designer Alessandra Branca’s Manhattan pied-à-terre features a 1940s lacquer cocktail table; the 18th-century chairs are upholstered in a Fortuny cotton, the linen-velvet sofa is by , and the screen is antique.
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The Directoire-style benches are by ; the mantel is 19th century.
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Window treatments by and a 19th-century armoire add drama to the living room.
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A garden setting features a tablecloth of a linen-cotton and rugs by .
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The Perfect Pied-à-Terre
The living room’s botanical paintings are by Branca’s mother, Anna Chiara Branca; the English spoon-back chair is an antique, and the custom-made banquette is upholstered in a Claremont silk.
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In the library, a glass-and-bronze Medusa lamp from rests atop an 18th-century trestle table.
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The Perfect Pied-à-Terre
An antique bronze helmet in the bedroom; the walls are upholstered in a ticking-stripe linen.
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The bedroom features curtains and a canopy of Irish linen, custom-made bedding, and a taboret and daybed from .
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The Perfect Pied-à-Terre
Branca on a Napoléon III settee.
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