Style-wise, the owners initially wanted interiors that had the feel of a log cabin—"But that's not what we inherited," says Sarkozy. "That would have been at odds with the exterior." Instead, she and Bourgois sought to conjure the look of a European chalet—less hokey, more luxe. They imported wood from Canada for the door and window frames, wall paneling, bookshelves, ceilings, and beams. They also installed a stone fireplace in the library. The most rustic-chic touch is the wall treatment in the dining room, which consists of a geometric pattern created with birch marquetry. "It's a material that has a life and peels," Sarkozy says. To avoid disintegration, she applied a layer of varnish.
In the master bedroom, the linens are by , the wicker chair is by , and the artwork is by ; the curtains are of Rogers & Goffigon linen, and the carpet is by .