An Adler-designed cocktail table, vases, and sofa upholstered in a Designers Guild fabric in the parlor; the pillows are by Ankasa, the Warren Platner chairs are by Knoll, the curtains are made of a Manuel Canovas fabric, and the rug is a Lepore design for Doris Leslie Blau.
In the living room, a vintage Hans J. Wegner chair, a leather ottoman from Mecox Gardens, Ankasa pillows, and vintage cocktail tables from John Salibello; the chandelier is from Burden Antiques and Fine Works of Art, and the portrait of Eva Perón is a flea-market find.
The antique love seat in the master bedroom is upholstered in a Scalamandré fabric; the British Flag pillow and Utopia Bird vase are by Jonathan Adler, the curtains are made of a Clarence House linen, and the sconces are vintage.
The kitchen cabinetry is by Schiffini.
The garden, landscaped by Kate Ewald and Amy Wilson of Blue Angel Garden Design, features an Adler-designed table custom made with Bisazza tiles by Unicorn Art Studio.
An antique chair and vintage ottoman from Youngblood, vintage mirror from Neo Studio, and vintage Tommi Parzinger cabinet from Todd Merrill Antiques.
In the dressing room, toy poodle Bunny sits atop a custom-made ottoman, the mirrored cabinets were designed by Raymond Lepore, and the Chinese Art Deco rug is from ABC Carpet & Home.
The master bedroom features a vintage mirrored headboard and a throw by Susan Chalom; the Vishnu needlepoint wall hanging is by Matthew Williamson for the Rug Company.
Seville Oranges & Lories by Hunt Slonem hangs above a custom-made daybed upholstered in Linley fabric by Old World Weavers; the pillows are by Jonathan Adler and Roberta Roller Rabbit, and the wall is painted in Benjamin Moore’s Pre-Dawn Sky.
A Spoon sink and tub by Agape in the guest bathroom.
Nanette Lepore wears a dress of her own design in the entrance hall of her Manhattan townhouse, which was decorated by Jonathan Adler; the console is covered in silvered ostrich leather, and the mixed-media work is by Stefan Eins.
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