A vintage chandelier from Amy Perlin hangs over the expandable walnut dining table and chairs from David Iatesta. The massive eighteenth-century lead urns from Gore Dean Antiques add a note of classic antiquity.
From the cozy window seat of this farmhouse, one can glimpse one of the farm's original eighteenth century buildings. The pattern of the bench cushion compliments the matching pattern of the window blind and wallpaper.
The dining room glimmers with light reflected in a mirrored screen propped in the corner of the room. The eighteenth century Portuguese side table, decorative bust and faux paint lend a Mediterranean vibe to the space.
Eclectic objects resting on an architectural balustrade console and deep windowsill in the living room include a pair of seventeenth-century Tunisian marble vessels, French gold dore candlesticks and an eighteenth-century Venetian damask coffer. Simple linen sheers informally frame the windows.
Eighteenth-century stone pedestals hold luminaries strung with bamboo and seedpods rather than crystals, while an antique Murano glass chandelier hangs overhead in the entrance to this eclectic living room. The blue-green Fortuny draperies, overpainted with gold, add metallic gleam to the space.
In this dining room, the light from a pair of chandeliers is captured in a huge eighteenth-century Italian mirror. The black Chinese cabinets tie into the black chairs and are in stark contrast to the light gray walls. A collection of antique candlesticks sit in the center of the table.
Architectural relics from 19th century France were upcycled to make this canopy bed which features an upholstered headboard and damask duvet cover. Pastel shades of blue, rose, gold and peach are repeated in the walls, rug, bedding and furniture. The polenta armoire dates to the eighteenth-century Italian and is from the Piedmont region, south of Milan.