In the dining room, a light fixture by above a Dutch mahogany table with chairs upholstered in a silk; the floors are oak.
In the living room of Daniel Beauchemin and Marc de Laat's home in the Netherlands, vintage Wassily chairs by and a chair by Mosaic surround a cocktail table by ; the Ralph Rucci painting was a gift from the designer, and the rug is by .
A toile de Jouy is used for the walls, curtains, and bedcover; Beauchemin designed the headboard, and the vintage side table is from a Paris flea market.
The master bath is sheathed in Rosa Aurora marble from Portugal, and the copper chair sculpture is by .
Wicker furnishings on the terrace off the kitchen; Beauchemin designed the pergola.
Empire-style chairs surround an 18th-century table in the kitchen; the prints are by Julian Schnabel, top, and Damien Hirst.
The collection of photographs in the master bedroom includes works by Ruven Afanador, Eadweard Muybridge, Chuck Close, and Helmut Newton; an Eileen Gray side table stands beside a vintage Le Corbusier chaise longue, and the custom-made leather headboard is fitted with sconces by
The exterior of the house, which sits amid a 500-acre nature preserve.