The master bath vanity is custom made, and the brass stool and English club chair are vintage; the clock once hung in an Associated Press newsroom, and the floor is paved in glass tiles by Waterworks.
In the master bath, the showerhead and fittings are by .
The sunroom’s steel shelving is antique, the light fixture is by Ames Ingham, and the saw horse table is vintage.
The living room’s banquette is upholstered in a linen, the painting is from the estate of Bill Blass, and the Bavarian staghorn table holds souvenirs from Africa; the sculpture is by , and the Moroccan rug is vintage.
In the living room of Max Mutchnick and Erik Hyman’s Beverly Hills home, which was designed by , the sofas are by , the ottoman is by , the chairs are from , and the tables are Biedermeier style. The mantel, which holds antique leather books and gold Pampaloni bowls, is flanked by African mahogany reliefs found at a Paris flea market; the rugs are , and the coffered ceiling was inspired by the home’s original architectural details.
The master bedroom’s light fixture is made of hand blown Egyptian glass, the bedding is by , and the bench is by ; the chair is antique Chinese, and the Tolomeo sconce is by .
Chairs from Maison Midi surround an elm dining table beneath the pergola.
On the terrace, the chaise longues have cushions of a fabric, the pillows are covered in a fabric, the English wicker chairs are antique, and the lanterns are Moroccan.
In the pool area, the concrete dining table is by , the iron chairs are topped with cushions covered in a fabric, and the brick pavers are original.
Hyman, left, and Mutchnick, with their twin daughters, Evan, left, and Rose.
A Carlos Anesi painting hangs above the original copper fireplace surround in the library, the cocktail table is by , and the cabinet is from ; a collection of vintage pottery lines the window, and the cow hide rug is by the .
The vintage French dining table is paired with chairs by , and the ceiling is covered in silk; a Herb Ritts photograph hangs above a Christofle server that was used in the film Titanic. The cabinet and chandelier are custom made, and the floors are oak.