The Gilded Age p2
The living room of a Paris apartment decorated by Frédéric Méchiche.
A rotunda with 18th-century trompe l’oeil wallpaper panels.
A collection of Francesco Clemente drawings hangs above an antique Italian console.
In the entrance hall, marble columns are topped with Medici vases, and a pair of 18th-century Swedish stools is upholstered in silk.
A dining nook behind doors paneled with mercury glass.
The sinks in a bathroom are Carrara marble, and the mirrors were designed to look antique.
A pair of Tuscan columns and an 18th-century Swedish klismos chair in a bedroom.
The rotunda’s powder room is hidden behind 18th-century grisaille panels.
A pair of mahogany Jacob chairs flanks a copper tub in a bathroom.