The eye-catching bedroom in Carol Fertig's Manhattan apartment. The antique suzani in the bedroom is Turkish, the ivory linen pillows are by Calvin Klein Home, and the 1950s inlaid wood table is Swedish.
In the great room of Benoist Drut’s weekend house in New York’s Sullivan County, a porcelain piece by Jean Girel sits atop a circa-1960 French lacquer desk, the antlered wall sculpture is by Michael Combs, and the Jugendstil birch dining table is Swedish; the walls and bookshelves are painted in Sherwin-Williams Emerald in Iron Ore.
In a GPS-obsessed world, there is still a valuable use for your old road maps: As wallpaper that inspires wanderlust in a guest bathroom.
In the dining area of Jean-Louis Deniot's Paris apartment, the gray and black speckled rug is custom made.
The kitchen cabinetry and island are custom made, the chandelier is by Serge Mouille, and the walls are lined with tiles by Ann Sacks.