Decorative painter Dennis Alexander Cruz created the incredible ombre look in this lounge. To do it, he started on one side of the room with Farrow & Ball's pure Stiffkey Blue. By adding drops of another Farrow & Ball shade (Plummet), he worked his way across the walls, creating a gradient effect.
The walls in this Venetian-style bedroom are painted misty blue "Borrowed Light" from Farrow & Ball, which complements the chartreuse Scalamandre silk curtains. The original oak floors are left uncovered.
This exterior loggia is painted in Farrow & Ball's "Pointing," which contrasts brightly with the nearby room. From the buffalo check chair to the busy wallpaper, the red-infused sitting room has a cozy, Colonial feel.
Dark walls painted in Farrow and Ball Downpipe create a comfortable cocoon of a dining room and are a dramatic foil for the custom oak dining table, simple bentwood chairs and modern light fixture. Rug: Oscar Isberian
The kitchen's walls are painted with Farrow & Ball's "Off-White" and the woodwork "Old White" for a clean and straightforward appeal. An antique black stove sits in front of two floating shelves that keep cute teacups and other dishes on hand.
The mantel and trim work in this master bedroom are kept straightforward, painted in Farrow & Ball's "Pointing" with moldings applied to stimulate paneling. The marble fireplace enlivens two chairs that coordinate nicely with the aqua and white check-patterned carpet.
The half dome of this home's master bedroom ceiling was inspired by neoclassical designs and is painted with a pink tone. The molding is detailed in a light blue, recalling a soft sunrise or sunset. Paint colors used for the ceiling are "Ointment Pink," with the molding detailed in Farrow & Ball's "Skylight."
To modernize and soften this master bathroom, the walls are painted in Farrow & Ball Dimpse. Classic moldings add a touch of traditional to the space, while a deep soaker tub features a clean marble surround. Photos and florals from NDI bring a personal touch to the room.
Working in the smallest space in the house, Carolyn Wilson and Elizabeth Boland of Design in a Day tore out an existing linen closet to create a second floor dressing room. Thibaut faux animal print wallpaper was applied to the walls, the ceiling was painted Farrow & Ball's Dayroom Yellow and a distinctive Abe Lincoln painting was hung to create a distinguished second floor foyer.