In the living room of an American couple’s Paris apartment designed by , a custom-made plaster chandelier hangs above a Jean-Charles Moreux cocktail table and a stool from the 1940s; a pair of Jacques Adnet chairs is upholstered in a mohair velvet, and a sofa by is covered in a fabric; alabaster-and-copper-leaf sconces by flank a self-portrait by .
A pair of sofas in the living room are upholstered in a cotton; the cocktail table is by , the side tables are from , and the mirror is by .
The entry holds a pair of 1940s Gilbert Poillerat lanterns, a Deniot-designed mirror, and a sheep sculpture by ; the console is draped with linen embroidered and painted by Jean-François Lesage.
The Gilbert Poillerat cabinet and pair of André Arbus lamps in the living room are from , and the pen-and-ink drawing is by Yehudit Sasportas.
A nook in the dining room contains velvet-upholstered seating, a floor lamp by , and Roman shades of a .
In the kitchen, designed the pattern on the cabinetry, as well as the iron light fixture above the island.
chairs surround an oak-and-opaline dining table by ; the chandelier is by Barovier & Toso, the sconces and candlestick are by , and the painting is by .
The walls of the master bedroom are outlined with ribbon trim from Mokuba, and the curtains are of a silk; shagreen-and-parchment tables flank a bed upholstered in a fabric, and the mirror is by .
The sofa, chair, and lamp in the master bedroom are circa 1940, the cocktail table is by , and the artwork is by ; the mirror and Carrara-marble mantel are Louis XVI, and the sculpture in the corner is by .
In the entry, the artwork above the console is by , and the pair of brass-and-chrome lamps are from the 1970s; the floor is paved in 18th-century French limestone with black-marble accents.
Just outside the entry sits a Jansen parchment cabinet and Gilbert Poillerat lamp, both circa 1940; the oil painting is from the 1950s and was purchased from an antiques shop in Paris.