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The living room of Bruce Glickman and Wilson Henley’s home in Litchfield County, Connecticut, features a circa-1947 Florence Knoll sofa upholstered in Quadrille’s Chateau Velvet, Vera slipper chairs by Duane Modern, and a vintage cocktail table from Duane; the rug is from ABC Carpet & Home, and flanking the granite-slab fireplace are an etching by Ross Bleckner, at left, and a lithograph by Robert Longo.
The living room’s circa-1950 Robsjohn-Gibbings slipper chairs are from Roark Antiques and Design; the vintage Harvey Probber armchairs from Duane are upholstered in a Brunschwig & Fils cotton.
Glickman (left) and Henley in the front hall.
In the dining room, vintage Robsjohn-Gibbings chairs surround a Saarinen table for Knoll; the Jean-Marc Louis painting is from Duane, the Ettore Sottsass ceramics are from George Champion Modern Shop, and the chandelier was salvaged from a Palm Beach restaurant.
Vintage Chinese Chippendale–style armchairs from Duane, a 1956 stool by Eero Saarinen for Knoll, and a circa-1970 Karl Springer games table in a corner of the living room; the floor lamp was found at a Paris flea market.
In the library, a club chair upholstered in Great Plains’s Crush linen from Holly Hunt, a cashmere throw by Ralph Lauren Home, and a cocktail table by Duane Modern; Glickman and Henley added the fieldstone fireplace.
A view of the Litchfield Hills; the poolhouse, deck, and pool date from the 1960s.
The vintage table in the breakfast room is from Duane, the Eames Aluminum Group chairs are by Herman Miller, the floor lamp is by FontanaArte, and the etching is by Damien Hirst.
A vintage cabinet by Finn Juhl for Baker and a tortoiseshell sculpture by Karl Springer in the master bedroom; the painting is by Jean-Marc Louis, and the walls are covered in grass cloth.
A rope headboard by West Elm, linens by John Robshaw Textiles, and limed-oak armchairs upholstered in cowhide in the poolhouse; the portrait is 19th-century English, and the walls are whitewashed pine.
In the master bedroom, a Jean-Marc Louis painting hangs above a custom-made leather-upholstered bed by Dune, the Vestry bedside tables are by Duane Modern, and the Chinese table is from Koko New York; circa-1952 Tomlinson chairs stand beside a vintage Italian side table, the linens are Anichini, and the blanket is Hermès.