The living room of decorator ’s home in San Antonio, Texas, features a John Dickinson plaster table, a wicker tub chair covered with a shearling throw, a French chandelier, and a Spanish cabinet; the wall of artwork includes paintings by , the floor lamp is by , and the pine flooring is original.
The former factory, which was built in 1883.
In the great room, the table, stools, 18th-century bench, and lantern are all Italian.
In the “chamber of curiosities,” the table, 19th-century chairs, and an 18th-century armchair covered in a silk velvet are Italian; antique botanical drawings hang above Pedro Friedeberg’s Hand chair, and a collection of 19th-century taxidermy songbirds rests on top of a display cabinet.
Ms. Roberts, left, and Watson, a Brussels griffon and Yorkshire terrier, respectively, on the screened-in porch; the pillows are upholstered in African textiles, the plaster side table is by John Dickinson, and the floor is stained concrete.
In the guest bedroom, velvet curtains enclose a Russian sleigh bed with a coverlet and pillows in a silk velvet; a screen is covered in an Aubusson tapestry, and the Italian footstool retains its original upholstery.
A zinc bathtub and a tumbled-travertine floor in the guest bath; a marble platter atop an Italian base serves as a table.
In the great room, a pair of lion statues in front of the custom-made plaster mantel; the chaise longue is Louis XVI.
The mural of a Persian landscape in the master bedroom is by Griffith’s son Greg Mannino; the headboard is made of faux-marble pilasters and a pair of Indian pierced-wood doors, a table was cut in half to make a pair of bedside tables, the chairs are Italian, and the carpet is Irish.