A blackened-brass ce

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A blackened-brass ce
A blackened-brass ceiling light by Orange hovers in the master bedroom of director Tate Taylor’s home outside Natchez, Mississippi, which was decorated by Shawn Henderson. Hugo Lugo watercolors are displayed on the walls, which are sheathed in a Kvadrat wool, and the furnishings include a 19th-century canopy bed and, at right, an A. Rudin chair and ottoman upholstered in a Zimmer + Rohde fabric | archdigest.com read more

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When renovating her

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When renovating her
When renovating her Atlanta home, designer Suzanne Kasler chose a rich palette of neutrals. In the master sitting room, Benjamin Moore’s Sandy Hook gray coats the walls; complementary shades are seen in the Nancy Corzine sofa and the metallic curtains | archdigest.com read more

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Interior designer Ti

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Interior designer Ti
Interior designer Timothy Whealon transformed an early-20th-century Monaco residence into a casual home for an insurance executive and a documentary filmmaker. At one end of the living room, an understated gray wall color works in harmony with lively patterned throw pillows and a subtle striped rug | archdigest.com read more

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Interior designer St

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Interior designer Stephen Sills infused a Manhattan couple’s triplex with references to a venerable Upper East Side landmark. The sitting room’s wall treatments resemble the stonework of the nearby Frick Collection; the creamy upholstery and curtains add an ethereal sensibility | archdigest.com read more

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Arie L. Kopelman, a

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Arie L. Kopelman, a former Chanel president, and his wife, Coco, remodeled their dream house on the Massachusetts isle of Nantucket and filled it with their noteworthy collection of antiques. The pine-paneled office, painted an elegant pale gray, hosts a 19th-century English desk chair and writing table and an overmantel mirror from Robert Young Antiques | archdigest.com read more

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