Tribeca apartment of Kazami Yoshida (textile artist for Clarence House for 30 years). In the master bedroom, Asian calligraphy scrolls hang above a Charles H. Beckley bed upholstered in a Clarence House fabric; the Japanese lacquer table is from the 1950s, a pair of vintage French armchairs are upholstered in a Clarence House fabric, and the Tibetan rug is from Aero. Photographer: Eric Piasecki
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In Amy Fine Collins' Manhattan dining room, a sketch of Balenciaga couture, a 1940s cover illustration for Vogue, and an oil on canvas by Marcel Vertès are displayed; the whitewashed chairs are by Syrie Maugham, and the Palm chairs by Mario Villa are upholstered in Gene Meyer scarves. - ELLEDecor.com
I like how the colors of the painting are pulled into the room with the accessories.
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From beautiful-libraries.com: "House & Garden Book of Style; Browning The dining room/library of fashion designer Ralph Rucci's Manhattan apartment. Very tall leather and bronze etageres hold his book collection, largely oversized art and fashion books stacked horizontally nearly to the ceiling. Interesting furniture and statuary, including 19th-century scholars' chairs, a bonze tree table and a 6th-century Chinese torso fragment."
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