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In the living room of this townhouse in Manhattan's West Village, designer Steven Gambrel hung curtains with bold contrasting trim modeled after the details on a naval uniform. Gambrel also designed the rug and the club chairs, which are upholstered in a chenille from Carleton V; the custom-mixed wall color is by Fine Paints of Europe.
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Take a Swing3 of 9
Inspired by a Swedish example, antiques dealer Lou Marotta designed swing-arm curtains for the master bedroom of his colonial-style home in Connecticut's Litchfield County.
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Detail Oriented4 of 9
Intricate fretwork panels screen the windows of the master bath in Broadway producer Candia Fisher's apartment, designed by James Aman and housed in a 1930s Manhattan building.
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Divine Design5 of 9
Antiques dealer Franck Laigneau installed a wall of mirrors to amplify the effect of the stained-glass windows in the enclosed porch of his home in the 7th arrondissement of Paris, which he has filled with art nouveau pieces; the Austrian candlesticks are from the early 1900s, and the chair is bamboo.
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Emerald City6 of 9
Anne-Marie Midy and Jorge Almada of Casamidy hung shades of a Tony Duquette malachite-pattern cotton in the front parlor of their home in Brussels and placed an iron halo from a traditional religious statue between the windows.
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Sky High7 of 9
At his art-filled duplex on Manhattan's Upper East Side—the former offices of an investment firm—designer Eric Cohler hung an array of paintings directly in front of the 20-foot-high windows in his living room. The wool curtains are by Holland & Sherry, the rug is custom-made by Asha Carpets, and the club chairs are covered in a Lee Jofa velvet.
White Haute8 of 9
A meditation room created by architect Fernando Arriaga for a Venezuelan businessman's mountainside retreat is fitted with retractable louvered shutters and white resin floors; the mats and pillows are Balinese, the globe lamp is from the Conran Shop, and the Tolomeo floor lamp is by Artemide.
Plush Crush9 of 9
Curtains of a Bergamo mohair add color to the Manhattan living room designed by architect Timothy Archambault and decorator Nina Seirafi for Walter Schupfer and Gina Goldman. A custom-made sofa and a daybed flank an Yves Klein cocktail table, and the chair is by Sergio Rodrigues.
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