The guest room in the poolhouse of a Long Island home contains a bed dressed in , a Swedish painted chest and a rug by ; the matchstick Roman shades are custom.
In the studio of Patrick Printy's California home, a pair of vintage sofas is upholstered in a , the Eero Saarinen table is from , barstools by are covered in a , the ceiling lantern is by , the rug is by , and the busts are by ; the artworks include photographs by , and , flanked by silhouette portraits by .
In the breakfast room of a Buenos Aires home, a 17th-century Danish portrait of Crown Princess Louise of Britain overlooks a 1930s mahogany table by . The 17th-century chandelier is Swedish, the rug is an early-20th-century , the 19th-century sculpture is porcelain, and the walls are painted in Linen White.
In the dining room of an art-filled NYC apartment, the custom tables are by , the vintage Peter Hvidt chairs are in a linen-cotton blend, and the silver leaf–and–rock crystal chandelier is from ; the curtains are of a fabric with trim, and the walls are painted in ’s Cumulus Cloud. A pair of Jeff Koons Puppy vases rests on the custom mantel below an Anish Kapoor Purple Mirror wall sculpture; the fireplace is framed by Rudolf Stingel artworks.
In a house in Jaipur, the pass-through space between the kitchen and bedroom is used as a living area. The chair is in mango wood and rope, the accountant’s desk is from the 19th century, and the antique dining table and cabinet were purchased in Rajasthan.
In a home in Uruguay, the bathhouse's bench is from Zimbabwe, and the room's colors we custom-mixed by Claessens.
In a classic Central Park apartment, the stark white walls set the stage for dramatic furniture and decor, like the table by and the light fixture is by Lindsey Adelman.
A bathroom in John Robshaw's Connecticut home balances white walls with global decor. The ornate sink cabinet is from Syria, the shower curtain and rug are by Robshaw, the sconce is by , and the 19th-century Spanish encaustic floor tiles are from Michael Trapp.
A studio in one of two apartments that the artist and designer Christian Astuguevieille maintains in Bayonne, France. He designed the sofa and its fabric, available through Holly Hunt, as well as the table and chandelier, and he created both the pattern on the oak parquet floor and many of the room’s artworks, using Chinese calligraphy ink. The white walls provide a serene backdrop for such a busy space.
The banquette in the breakfast room of a Brooklyn townhouse is covered in a fabric, the table is by and the pendant light is by .
The bed in the master bedroom of a Palm Springs home came with the house and is dressed in with a blanket and shams by . The painting, vibrant against the room's white walls and floors, is by and the wood screen and marble bedside tables are estate-sale finds.
This all-white kitchen in Gramercy Park boasts a kitchen range by , sink and fittings by , cabinetry by and a barstool is by .
In the master bedroom of a San Francisco home, the headboard is covered in a fabric, the bed linens are by , the bedspread is antique Belgian linen, and the walls are painted in ’s
In an Upper West Side apartment belonging to designer Kimille Taylor, the white kitchen contains a oven, a refrigerator, and marble counters. The subway tile is from and the flooring is oak painted with a custom design.
This is the living area in the barn that now serves as guest quarters at actress Amanda Seyfried’s weekend retreat in the Catskills region of New York. The sofa is by , the wool rug is by , the flooring is reclaimed oak, and the wall is painted in ; the photograph is by Sarah Bailey.
In the drawing room of a Manhattan apartment designed by Ann Pyne of McMillen, Inc., the Art Deco mirror is from Bernd Goeckler Antiques, the parchment-top cocktail table is a custom design, a wall sculpture by Thomas Houseago hangs above a sofa upholstered in a linen damask by Mulberry Home.
Antique Italian mirrors hang above consoles by Conde House in the living room of this Capri home; the slipper chairs are by Creazioni, and the antique tile flooring is original to the house.
A chandelier by Jonas Bohlin for Örsjö Belysning hangs above a custom-made table in the kitchen of this formerly abandoned farmhouse in Sweden; the chairs are by Magis, and the rug is sisal.
In the master bedroom of Catherine the Great's former summer palace, Istomin designed the headboard, the bedcover is of a silk by Cowtan & Tout, and the chest of drawers is by Kindel; the custom-made carpet is by Lee Jofa.
In the living room of Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman's Hollywood home, the sofa is upholstered in a , the antique Chinese cocktail table is from , and the photograph is by .
In this London townhouse, the family room features a French mirrored cabinet and a pair of Maison Jansen lamps, all from the 1970s, a 1940s Italian sofa, and a 1960s artwork by Piero Fornasetti that has been turned into a light box; the throw is by Hermès.
In a dining area designed by Juan Carlos Arcila-Duque in this Manhattan loft, bent-plywood chairs by Norman Cherner mingle with seats from CB2; Rapture by Issa-Khan is displayed on the bookshelf, and the framed prints by Horst include a 1935 advertisement for Bergdorf Goodman.
In the formal living room of designers Amy and Todd Hase's Hamptons home, the cocktail table, sofa, pouf, and armchairs are by Todd Hase Furniture, the couple's firm, as are the upholstery and the curtain fabric.
Decorator Michael S. Smith infused a house in Hawaii with polished tropical flair. Exotic touches in the master bedroom include a Ming-style bed of Smith's own design and bed linens by John Robshaw Textiles.
Inside a Hamptons home, the Steven Gambrel-designed club chairs and ottoman are upholstered in Schumacher and Pierre Frey fabrics, respectively, and the limestone mantel was custom made by Jamb.
The tufted sofa in the living room of a Chicago family home is upholstered in an Edelman patent leather, and the cowhide rugs are from Anne Coyle Interiors.
A collection of tribal masks is displayed in a guest room in Shelter Island, New York designed by Clora Kelly; a tapestry from Argentina hangs above the bed.
In the living room of designers John Dransfield and Geoffrey Ross' New Jersey home, 19th-century military maps of France were commissioned by Napoléon III, and the daybed is Charles X; Regency-style armchairs upholstered in leather flank a 1940s galvanized-tole table.
A reclaimed-wood table, Old Hickory chairs, and bluestone countertops can be found in James Huniford's Bridgehampton, New York, kitchen.
The artworks and rug in a Manhattan apartment's entrance hall are by Kazumi Yoshida, and the table is by Roger Tallon; the chair is by Satyendra Pakhalé, the mobile is vintage, and the curtains are of a Clarence House fabric.