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The open living room-dining area is full of lively pieces in surprising combinations. A Lladré chandelier composed of 104 suspended porcelain fairies is a stunning focal point, while dark Quick-Step flooring with luxurious, wide planks radiates sophistication. Familiar looks are updated with bold twists: Contemporary fabrics enrich the traditional silhouettes of the Beverly chesterfield from Williams-Sonoma Home and the Cleo chair by Anthropologie. On the wall hangs a painting by Michael Perrone. Paul McCobb's brass-finished coffee table from ReGeneration and Bill Sofield's Flat Iron table for Baker add a dash of mid-century to the scene, and refreshingly neutral Hunter Douglas shades provide privacy without blocking the beautiful light. (The rug is by Madeline Weinrib Atelier; the blue pillow, from ABC Carpet & Home; all other pillows are from Missoni Home. The paint throughout is from Ralph Lauren; painting and paperhanging by Dean Penna.)
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