Go to Holland
In the dining room, a light fixture by Ron Gilad above a Dutch mahogany table with chairs upholstered in a Rubelli silk; the floors are oak.
In the living room of Daniel Beauchemin and Marc de Laat’s home in the Netherlands, vintage Wassily chairs by Marcel Breuer and a chair by Mosaic surround a cocktail table by Mies van der Rohe; the Ralph Rucci painting was a gift from the designer, and the rug is by Madeline Weinrib.
A toile de Jouy is used for the walls, curtains, and bedcover; Beauchemin designed the headboard, and the vintage side table is from a Paris flea market.
The master bath is sheathed in Rosa Aurora marble from Portugal, and the copper chair sculpture is by TJ Volonis.
Wicker furnishings on the terrace off the kitchen; Beauchemin designed the pergola.
Empire-style chairs surround an 18th-century table in the kitchen; the prints are by Julian Schnabel, top, and Damien Hirst.
The collection of photographs in the master bedroom includes works by Ruven Afanador, Eadweard Muybridge, Chuck Close, and Helmut Newton; an Eileen Gray side table stands beside a vintage Le Corbusier chaise longue, and the custom-made leather headboard is fitted with sconces by Hinson & Co.
The exterior of the house, which sits amid a 500-acre nature preserve.