Amy and Todd Hase with their daughters and miniature donkeys Simon (left) and Cowboy.
Amy and Todd Hase’s daughters Ava (left) and Chloe with their pony Katie at the stables of the family’s property in Long Island, New York.
In the formal living room, the cocktail table, sofa, pouf, and armchairs are by , the couple’s firm, as are the upholstery and the curtain fabric.
The daybed and side tables in the library were purchased at auction in Paris, and the jute rug is by .
The library’s sofa and bookcases are by .
Pedestals in the formal dining room hold busts of Caesar (left) and Hermes, and the wall covering is by .
The kitchen light fixture is from , and the 18th-century table was purchased at a Paris flea market; the range, vent hood, and dishwasher are by .
An étagère by in the kitchen displays the couple’s collection of 19th-century china, hotel tableware, and Provençal pottery.
A hanging lamp from and café-style chairs by in the breakfast room.
The master bedroom wall covering is by , and the cocktail table and settee are by ; the armoire and armchairs date from the Qing and Ming dynasties, respectively.
An upholstered bed, a chest of drawers, and a table lamp by in the master bedroom; the Sirius 55 luggage is by .
A guest room houses the Qing dynasty wedding bed the Hases have owned since they married.