A custom oak screen doubles as a headboard and adds intimacy to the master bedroom, where Katleen accessorizes with Matteo white linens and oak chairs from Birdman Furniture.
"I wanted to work with the elements as opposed to prints or colors," Katleen says of the home's spare aesthetic. "In London, we have a proper flat. We have a contemporary art collection there—but we didn't want that here. I wanted the walls to be bare, to strip it down to the bare essentials, so I could just play with tonality and texture. So everything's neutral, beiges and grays and whites, and old-wood pieces that feel used and loved."