Ornate paneled ceiling complements the Jasper light fixture: a group of black & white artworks rest casually on the formal mantel.
Pair of vintage mirrors in the alcoves - a calm, neutral palette absent of pattern apart from the artwork; pumped up with pumpkin hued drapes and chair seat fabric.
Faux finish on the walls adds another layer of texture to the room
The contemporary sculpture by David Worthington gives additional texture and architectural detail atop the antique commode.
There are several textured details in the dining area, including red leather chairs, silver leaf ceiling, gilt/bronze finishes on the chandelier, mirror and dining table. The bookshelves lined with metallic wallpaper is a technique that can be applied to the back of a wood paneled bookcase for a similarly customized effect.
Black and white print fabric enhanced with pops of red makes this a very inviting family room.
Louis XlV commode hidden behind double doors covered in the same Zuber design as the walls. An interesting option that can be applied to flat paneled doors.
The Zuber hunting scene wallpaper and a color palette of creams and burgundy keep the master bedroom from looking too busy.
It's all about the glossy Chinese red lacquered doors in an otherwise low-key, pared back dressing room.
The framed large black & white photo really owns the space
The very chic Natalie Massenet with her labradoodle