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Decorator Nate Berkus mixes abstract art with classic old-world furnishings in the ebony dining room of a Chicago apartment. The Louis XV–style table is by Dessin Fournir, the painting is by Dan Christensen, and the vintage steel sculpture is from Pavilion Antiques.
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Lacquered walls bring polish to the library of cosmetics executive Aerin Lauder Zinterhofer’s Long Island home. The dark palette is enlivened with a Chip Hooper photograph, a floor lamp by Serge Mouille, and a graphic patterned carpet by AM Collections.
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Black doesn’t have to be limited to walls—the color dresses up the cupboards of a kitchen in a New York City penthouse. The room, which features walls painted in Benjamin Moore’s Pink Mix, merges country-elegant touches with industrial-looking appliances, including a Blue Star range, a Best hood, and a GE Monogram microwave.
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The library in the Kentucky home of fashion designers Mark Badgley and James Mischka has an inviting old-world look, with shelves studded with antlers from European hunting lodges and trophies found at flea markets and on eBay.
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The sophisticated master bedroom of an apartment on Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue features blue-chip black-and-white photographs displayed salon style on an inky wall, in addition to appropriately moody bedding. The vintage Arne Jacobsen Egg chair provides a splash of color.
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