The master bath’s tub fittings are by , the mirror is 1940s French, and the custom-made window seat is topped with a cushion covered in a linen by
A chandelier and sconce by in the entrance; the side table is custom made, and the 19th-century bench is Brazilian.
A mown path leads to ’s painting studio.
A painting by Holly hangs above a Kaare Klint–inspired sofa by in a guest bedroom; the side table is by , and the kilim is antique.
In the breakfast area, the banquette and countertop are custom made, the dining table is antique, and the vintage light fixture is by Poul Henningsen.
In the great room of the house, which was designed by in collaboration with the Los Angeles–based decorator Paul Fortune, the sofa and chaise longue are custom designs inspired by Jean-Michel Frank, and the vintage upholstered stool is Danish; designed the cocktail table, the chandelier is antique, and the 1970s rug is by .
A daybed by and a Pierre Chareau stool by the window in the great room; the armoire is 19th-century Chinese, the glass lamps are from the 1950s, and the walls are covered in plaster that has been tinted ocher.
In the master bedroom, the custom-made bed is modeled after a Russel Wright design, and the pillows are covered in fabrics; the sofa is by , the Danish rug is vintage, and the quartzite flooring is original to the house.
The original kitchen sink serves as a desk in a hallway, a 1930s chair is topped with a cushion from Barneys New York, and the lamp is by Knoll.
On the bluestone-paved terrace, the cocktail table, chairs, and sectional are all by , and the cushions are covered in a .
Eric and with their dogs outside their house in the Berkshires in Massachusetts.
On the terrace off the master bedroom, the sofa, cocktail table, and chair, all made from branches, are original to the house, and the throw is an Argentine gaucho blanket.
The sofa and bench in the library are by Minoru Yamasaki, the chairs are by George Nelson, and the vintage rug is by Ege Axminster.