Paneled in wire-brushed whitewashed oak, the family room of a Sagaponack, New York, home makes a cozy gathering spot, with vintage Otto Schultz chairs from Lief, curtains of a Holland & Sherry fabric with embroidered goatskin edges by Jean-François Lesage, and a bespoke rug by Beauvais; the Hervé Van der Straeten light fixture is from Ralph Pucci International, a Mark di Suvero sculpture stands on the pedestal, and the cocktail tables are by Blackman Cruz | archdigest.com
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Including many previously unpublished projects, Beautiful by Mark D. Sikes, features the author's all-American decorating and timeless style.
Shades of blue and white make for a cheerful, crisp kitchen. “I love blue-and-white dhurries,” Mark says. “My new collection for Merida is inspired by many of these antique Indian textiles.”
Shade-loving plants such as foxgloves, hostas, spirea, and English and Boston ivies grow abundantly in Bette Midler’s urban garden.