HOUSE TOUR: Inside the completely remodeled LA apartment that once belonged to LINDSAY LOHAN
In the living room of antiques dealer Lee Stanton’s Los Angeles apartment, the circa-1790s marble-top table, 1920s Italian inlaid desk, and 1810 Swedish stools are all from his shop, Lee Stanton Antiques; the custom sofa is upholstered in a wool by Rose Tarlow Melrose House, the 1970s light fixture by Robert Sonneman is from Downtown, and a rug by Kerry Joyce for Mansour Modern tops a floor of Belgian oak planks from Exquisite Surfaces.
A pair of circa-1810 French chairs and a Belgian cocktail table in the living room; the 1780s walnut bookcase is Italian, and the paintings are by Giovanni Giuliani.
The dining room’s 1890s pendant lights and chairs, which retain their original leather, are French.
Stanton in his living room; the circa-1820 Swedish armchair is upholstered in a fabric by Rose Tarlow Melrose House.
The guest room’s French table and drawing date to the early 1900s, and the circa-1810 bookcase is Italian.
In the master bedroom, an 1880s French painting hangs above a bed dressed with custom bedding by Mirabel Slabbinck, with a bed skirt and bolsters in a Jasper fabric; the armchair is upholstered in a Holly Hunt leather, the circa-1900 English chest was originally used on the White Star cruise line, and the wall mural is by Tamara Codor.
The master bath is sheathed in Siberian white marble by Walker Zanger, the tub is by Kohler, and the fittings are by Dornbracht.