The dark-hued library was conceived as a more masculine workspace outfitted with a nineteenth century drafting table and a metal shelving unit. Tropical curtains and Batik-inspired sofa cushions lend a tropical vibe.
This great hall is divided from the entry by thin veils of sheer linen panels for more intimacy while leaving the historic home's original architecture intact. A gilded nineteenth-century eagle bookstand greets visitors on the washed-oak center table.
This living room's walls are painted a creamy beige hue to provide a serene backdrop for this meditative space. The furnishings are an eclectic mix of old and new, including a nineteenth century Buddha, a transitional beige armchair and an antique Oushak carpet.
This calfskin topped oak bar is perfect for serving and entertaining. An Ed Ruschas LEGS painting hangs above while an antique vase and serving plates adjoins the nineteenth century rock crystal obelisks for a picturesque table setting. Even the family pet will enjoy this area!