Left: Over Christophe Delcourt’s Saga sideboard from Roche Bobois hangs a twin set of John McLaughlin’s minimalist black-and-white paintings from 1973. Right: In the dining area, a mass of Rosenthal Studio Line vessels forms an eye-catching centerpiece. The chairs are custom from Christophe Pourny Studio. Above it all hangs Serge Mouille’s classic ceiling fixture from Gueridon. Animating the wall between the windows is an abstract work by Charmion von Wiegand from 1948.
For a modern twist on Colonial classics, the designer chose a large, bright blue braided rug and seat covers based on minimalist paintings. English and early-American antiques, such as the dining table and chairs, contrast with the contemporary painted ceiling that brightens the room. (Photographer: William Abranowicz. Writer: Steele Thomas Marcoux)