At the house of Michael Smith

A Georgian mirror, George II gilt-wood console, and antique French sconces from Therien & Co. in the entry.

In the living room, a sofa upholstered in Bentley Rose hemp by Michael S. Smith for Jasper is grouped with a 19th-century Irish armchair covered in Chelsea Editions’ Thistle embroidered linen-cotton and a 19th-century painted library chair. The painting is by Christine Taber, the antique Japanese low table is from Charles Jacobsen, and the antique Tabriz carpet is from Mansour.

The dining room features Tyler chairs from the Jasper collection by Michael S. Smith, a Regency mahogany table, a George II gilt-wood overmantel mirror, and custom-made De Gournay wallpaper.

A collection of 19th-century moon flasks and a 17th-century Japanese vase retrofitted as a table lamp beneath a George III gilt-wood mirror in the living room.

A second sofa provides extra seating during movie screenings; the painting is by Joan Mitchell.

A painting by Beatrice Caracciolo, Bactrian alabaster ritual objects, and early-19th-century English fireplace tools in the entry; the chair was designed by Smith.

A pair of Janus et Cie’s Deauville chaise longues on the terrace, which is paved in Turkish travertine.

The master bath opens onto a Jacuzzi in the garden.

Surrounding a limestone-and-marble dining table are Nice chairs by Janus et Cie.

In the sunroom, the Pagoda lantern is by Jamb, the Japanese low table was found in Brussels, and the club chair is upholstered in Etro’s Filomarino fabric from Clarence House.

Smith outfitted the library with an antique Dutch painted screen.

An obelisk by Renzo Mongiardino and a Shell wall light by Charles Edwards in the library.

George III mahogany chairs and an antique table in the breakfast room; the curtains are of Moghul Panel hemp from the Jasper collection by Michael S. Smith.

A Sub-Zero refrigerator in the kitchen.

In a guest bedroom, the large painting is by Peter Paul Rubens, the Naples chandelier is from the Jasper collection, and the walls are covered in Smith’s Irina Check linen-silk for Cowtan & Tout.

The master bathroom’s Town tub and fittings are by Michael S. Smith for Kallista, and the ebonized trolley is antique.

Town fittings and Sunset onyx–sheathed walls and floor in the shower.

The master bedroom’s canopy bed was custom made and hung with curtains of Smith’s Indian Flower hemp; the monogrammed linens are by D. Porthault.

The bedroom is paneled in hemlock, the gilt-wood armchair is upholstered in Arjak cotton-linen by John Robshaw Textiles, and the television is by Sony.

Designer Michael S. Smith with his Labradoodles, Jasper, left, and Sport, poolside at his Los Angeles home. It was renovated in collaboration with Oscar Shamamian of Ferguson & Shamamian Architects.

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