Restore the family home
In the Paris living room of fashion and interior designer Rose Anne de Pampelonne, a 1940 Emilio Terry–designed bed from Florence Lopez stands beside a 17th-century Filipino altar table displaying Tang dynasty statuettes.
Pampelonne at home in a dress by Giambattista Valli.
A Han dynasty horse is displayed atop the living room’s 17th-century marble mantel; 19th-century ebonized side chairs are upholstered in a zebra-stripe silk velvet, and custom-made bookcases hold false volumes whose titles refer to family members.
In the living room, Untitled (Black Star) by Philippe Decrauzat hangs on a panel of silk damask trimmed with silk faille; the chairs are covered in a silk-damask brocatelle.
The living room sofa is upholstered in a silk velvet, and the curtains are of silk taffeta.
A custom-made wool carpet climbs the staircase in the entrance hall.
The dining room features a 1930s daybed from Florence Lopez covered in a ribbed silk, the table is Qing dynasty, and the ’50s Paule Leleu rug is from Galerie Armand Deroyan.
A collection of Chinese porcelain is set atop an antique Filipino chest of drawers in the dining room.
The family room displays an African mask, Nepalese horns, a carved-wood chair from the Philippines, and cushions of kuba cloth and woven abaca.
Antique fishing baskets and a kamagong-wood bench in the family room.
The table on the terrace is brightened with antique saris.
On a staircase landing, a Bamileke feather headdress from Cameroon hangs above a console slipcovered in velvet; the silk-damask curtain is antique.
A carved-and-gilded bed made in the Philippines is hung with silk faille and moss fringe; the antique Chinese embroidered silk bedcover is from Florence Lopez.