Fine and Dandy
In the living room, a daybed with a suzani and pillows covered in a vintage leopard- print fabric by Madeleine Castaing, a Bertoia chair with a Lesage embroidered pillow, and a chair designed by Rollo upholstered in a Ralph Lauren linen; the center table is by Jansen, and the floor lamp is by John Graz.
Fabrizio Rollo at his home in São Paulo, Brazil.
In the living room, a velvet-covered Jansen chair, a Geraldo de Barros chair upholstered in a wool fabric, and a leather side table by Jacques Adnet; the rug was designed by Rollo.
The library includes a Frank-inspired armchair, a Directoire stool upholstered in a Georges Le Manach velvet, and a table designed by Rollo; an Art Deco pedestal by Graz holds a 1940s French plaster lamp, and the pelmet is made from a cotton sari.
A 1940s sofa is by Brazilian designer Henrique Liberal; the cocktail table is by Jean-Charles Moreux, the oak stool is by Jean-Michel Frank, and the folding screens were designed by Rollo and covered in an Osborne & Little wallpaper.
An Italian architectural sketch and a drawing from the ’30s hang on a parchment screen in the study; the sofas are by Jansen, and the faux-tortoise bench is from the ’70s.
The armchair in the master bedroom once belonged to Castaing, and the tapestries are 19th-century French.
A large geometric painting commissioned by Rollo hangs in the hall; the center table is by Liberal, the nesting tables are by de Barros, and the side tables are by Warren Platner.
The master bedroom walls are decorated with 18th-century chinoiserie paintings and an Italian mirror; the Italian light fixture is from the 1960s, and the sconces were inspired by Gilbert Poillerat.
The guest bedroom includes a silk canopy by Safira Sedas, an ikat throw from Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar, a painted table from the ’40s, and a garden stool designed by Rollo; the bench is upholstered in a Le Manach fabric, and the walls are decorated with framed Christian Dior scarves and sketches for Meissen porcelain.
The master bathroom’s walls are sheathed in marble, and the tub and fittings are Italian; the chair is Napoleon III, the side table is by Frank, and Rollo designed the parchment-covered shelves.
In the guest bedroom, a custom-painted Eames chair is draped with a vintage African throw, and the floor lamp is 1940s Italian; Rollo designed the folding screen and rug.