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It is a dream come true to have my home featured on Architectural Digest.

Even writing those words feels so surreal. I’ve been a huge fan of the publication ever since I can remember and have flipped through their inspiring pages for many, many years. A lot of you have written in asking us to share images, but we were holding off until the feature was published. Nonetheless, I’m finally able to share these beautiful photos that Laure Joliet took back in November. You can see the full article on AD by clicking here.

It’s been nearly one year since we moved into this century old home. Compared to our previous house project, this house is quite a departure from the modern, white and more contemporary design that we were previously drawn to. It’s darker, moodier and has a lot more character.

Drawing inspiration from my favorite store, The Line, we enlisted in the help of the very talented interior decorator, Martha Mulholland. Martha has a client roster that spans from working with The Row, The Line, Tom Ford and Gucci to many celebrity clients in the Los Angeles area. Not only did I learn a lot from Martha, but she was able to think if things outside of the box when it came to our home. I wouldn’t have had the courage to use printed drapes {and pink velvet in the formal sitting room!} or know how to blend all of my different tastes together. Martha took my inspiration and carved it all into a beautiful reality. We truly feel so lucky to have worked with her on these rooms.

One of the best things about the home is that it is protected by the Historical Preservation Act. It’s gone through a complete historic restoration including the Batchelder fireplace, original windows and hardwood floors which have have been painstakingly restored. The formal staircase has a landing adorned with a renowned Judson stained glass window.

I’m so happy to have these images to share. Below each one you will find credits for the pieces within the rooms. We still have quite a bit of work to do around the house and have continued to design and decorate each space. It’s a process but I promise to continue sharing images as we complete, change and restore our home.

Living Room

Sofa: Restoration Hardware 1950’s Italian Shelter Arm in Italian Textured Weave Natural // Lounge chairs: Vintage American Art Deco// Coffee table: Vintage Paul McCobb // Sconces: Double Arm sconce by Jean Royere for Edition Modern // Floor Lamp: Atelier Vime “Edith” lamp // Daybed: Oly Studio // Drinks table: Concrete and brass from Fritz Porter // Mantle art: Ann Street Studio // Sofa side table: Antique Arts and Crafts with bone and tortoiseshell inlay Rug: Antique Persian Heriz // Fireplace: Batchelder tile original to house // Drapery fabric: Schumacher Gainsborough velvet in Cedar // Piano Bench fabric: Rose Tarlow Turin in Hare

Breakfast Room

Wallpaper: House of Hackney Zeus Tobacco // Dining table: Stellar Works // Dining chairs: Josef Hoffmann // Light fixture: Original to house // Drapery fabric: Pindler Lagos in Truffle // Drapery Hardware: Custom by Xentric Drapery Hardware

Dining Room

Dining table: Century Furniture “Verneuil” table // Dining chairs: Serena and Lily “Balboa” chairs // Rug: Kafkaz Peshawar // Light fixture: Lambert et Fils “Atomium” chandelier // Drapery fabric: Pindler Crane in Whitewash // Drapery Hardware: Custom by Xentric Drapery Hardware // Wall color: Benjamin Moore Century Terre Verte // Stair runner: Custom by Monarch Carpet

Sun Room

Sofa: Dekor “Dorothy” Sofa // Coffee table: Vintage Danish teak table with rattan shelf // Hassock: Nickey Kehoe // Lounge chair: Vintage Italian sheepskin and rush // Sofa side table: Vintage Italian parchment // Brass Floor lamp: Visual Comfort “Moresby” lamp // Rug: Vintage Oushak // Drapery fabric: Pindler Lagos in Truffle // Drapery Hardware: Custom by Xentric Drapery Hardware // Wall color: Benjamin Moore Silver Marlin

Master Bedroom

Bed:​ Lind + Almond in Cognac and Rattan // Sconces: Katy Skelton “Arlo” light // Nightstands: Vintage // Artwork: Painted by my grandmother // Duvet and shams: Matteo Vintage Linen in Loomstate // Throw: Antique Moroccan // Euro pillow: Osborne and Little Mikado velvet i​n F6990-17 // Lumbar pillows: Zak and Fox Khotan linen in Rubia // Wall color: Benjamin Moore Century in Seraphinite // Drapery fabric: Pindler Kismet in Taupe // Drapery Hardware: Custom by Xentric Drapery Hardware

Closet

Custom Closet by td[s] // Leather pulls: Etsy // Rug: Vintage // Chair: Vintage Arthur Umanoff upholstered in De Le Cuona Shepard’s Cloth – Tarn// Luggage: Vintage Louis Vuitton + Streamliner luggage from The Line // Wall color: Benjamin Moore White Dove // Dress: Forte Forte // Bag: Dior

Master Bathroom

Vanity: Custom by td[s] // Vanity pulls: Anthropologie // Vanity mirrors: Custom by ODD ERA INC // Rug: Vintage // Stool: Antique French from Pamono // Chandelier: Lawson Fenning 6 Globe Chandelier // Drapery Fabric: Premier Prints Jersey in Florence Drapery // Soap Dish: Aman Marakesh // Hardware: Custom by Xentric Drapery Hardware // Towels: Coyuchi // Wall color:​ Benjamin Moore White Dove

Vanity

Pendant: Sabrina Landini “Tiffany” hanging lamp // Mirror: F.A. 33 mirror by Gio Ponti for Gubi // Vanity chair: Antique chiavari from Nickey Kehoe, upholstered in Rogers and Goffigon Wooly Lamb // Table mirror: Menu // Wall color: Benjamin Moore White Dove

“Pamper” Room

Lounge chair: Shoppe Amber Interiors “Mulholland” chair // Side chair: Antique chiavari from Nickey Kehoe, upholstered in Rogers and Goffigon Wooly Lamb // Table: Jayson Home // Rug: Vintage Turkish // Magazine rack: Vintage Jacques Adnet // Banquette Fabric: J Samuel Aura in Honey // Banquette Pillows: John Derian, Fortuny // Floor mirror: Anthropologie // Drawer hardware: Rejuvenation // Wall color: Farrow and Ball Setting Plaster

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