Oak cubbyholes surround the fireplace.

Credits: Photographs by Timothy Kolk, styling by Lance Boyd

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The living room features more cubbyholes built of oak for books, snapshots, and pottery. They surround a dramatic fireplace.

For the furniture, she rejected scratchy, stiff fabrics and said no to seating with high sides that could impede conversation. A gold pony-skin daybed and Edward Wormley club chairs covered in chocolate brown alpaca help make the room more inviting. Some couches and tables are on wheels for easy rearranging. The green silk rug matches the B&B Italia sofa by Antonio Citterio.
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