In the living room, vintage lamps from flank a Thetis sofa by upholstered in a linen by Philip Gorrivan for ; the pillows are covered in a jacquard by , the cocktail table by was inspired by Jean Royère, and the ceiling is lacquered in White Dove.
The photograph in the living room is Transparent City #6 by ; the curtains are of a fabric by Philip Gorrivan for .
The Jansen-style slipper chairs were found in Paris, and the painting is a 1950s American still life.
The zinc-top kitchen table is by , the banquette is upholstered in a leather by Philip Gorrivan for , and the Spoleto chair from Knoll is vintage.
Engravings from Sir William Hamilton's 18th-century book on antiquities are displayed on the black-lacquered walls of the octagonal gallery.
Gorrivan designed the dining area's banquette, upholstered in a linen, and the limed-oak tables; the European drawings, which the decorator has been collecting for 20 years, span the 17th through the 19th centuries.
The sectional sofa and pillows in the family room are upholstered in fabrics by Philip Gorrivan for ; a fixture hangs overhead, the faux-tortoiseshell mirror is by , and the painting is by .
In Isabelle's room, the shade fabric are from , the trundle bed is upholstered in a David Hicks by Ashley Hicks cotton from , and the bed linens are by ; Gorrivan found the goose-feather pendant light in Paris.
The walls in the master bedroom are covered in manila hemp from ; the painting over the chest of drawers is by .
Interior designer with his wife, Lisa, and children, Charlie and Isabelle, in their Manhattan apartment.