[Decor] Family-friendly glass house
In the living room, a Room & Board sofa and a Ralph Lauren Home cocktail table; Chinese porcelain panels flank a 1930s Chippendale cabinet.
The living room features a George Smith armchair covered in a fabric by S. Harris and a vintage upholstered Parsons-style stool.
Vintage Thonet chairs and cork floors in the kitchen.
The screened porch holds family heirlooms, including vintage wicker furniture and Navajo blankets.
The hood and ovens in the kitchen are by Gaggenau, the cabinetry is by IKEA, and the Parsons-style stools are vintage.
In the den, a French Art Deco–style club chair is topped with a pillow from John Robshaw Textiles; the Tom Munro image is from the premier issue of Men’s Vogue, and the walls are painted in Benjamin Moore’s Tudor Brown.
In the library, a sofa by Lost City Arts, a photograph by Guido Mocafico, and a vintage faux-bamboo armchair.
The library’s custom-made Parsons-style desk is original to the house.
An IKEA bookshelf in the den.
The mirror and French writing table in the master bedroom are family heirlooms.
An IKEA bunk bed dressed in Serena & Lily linens and curtains made of an Urban Outfitters cotton in Eliza and Jack’s bedroom.
An artwork by Susan Crile is displayed above a Pottery Barn bed, which is dressed in linens from John Robshaw Textiles; the George Nelson bench is vintage, and the folding screen is from Yvonne’s family.