In the living room of a Hudson Valley house designed by architect and decorated by , the sofas, upholstered in a fabric, and the mahogany console bookcases are custom made. The tufted chair was purchased at auction; a painting by is displayed above a mantel designed by Schafer.
The colors of the circa-1880 Persian Sultanabad in the living room are repeated in the cotton used on the bergère, in the curtains of silk, and in the silk that sheathes the walls.
The house's front façade.
A 19th-century center table in the living room is surrounded with leather-upholstered Biedermeier chairs.
The entrance hall’s walls were hand-painted by ; the Art Deco table lamps are Greek, and the stair runner is by .
The kitchen cabinets are custom made, and the vent hood is by ; the 19th-century chairs are upholstered in a fabric.
The butler’s pantry is painted Hague Blue by .
In the master bedroom, the wrought-iron bed by is fitted with a canopy of silk by ; the bedding is by , and the bench is 19th century.
The master bedroom’s Directoire armchair is upholstered in leather, and the console and lamp were found at auction; the curtains are of a silk, and the wall covering is by .
The walls of a guest room are covered in a cotton, and the 19th-century bamboo bed is dressed with linens.
The powder room sink by has fittings; the walls are covered in cork, the mirror is custom made, and the sconce is from .