end of the room. One carved mantle holds an African sculpture; one holds a glass work by Mitchell Gaudet. Photographs by Steven Forester and an African mask hang near the home's entrance and there's lots of room for future additions. The kitchen, newly renovated, features a beautiful periwinkle tiled backsplash and cabinets painted Coventry Grey by Benjamin Moore. Chad layered in drapery, seating, and accessories that would incorporate Seth's favorite colors. The sunny windows received sheer shades in a striped wool Rose Tarlow fabric and the breakfast area was outfitted with a custom banquette that works perfectly with the Eames table and tulip chairs that Seth already owned. Lucite counter stools, burnished brass wall lights, and a gallery wall of art give the space a cozy and collected vibe. For extra storage and surface space for larger parties, Chad scored a fabulous 1940's rosewood and mahogany cabinet at The Renaissance Shop, where great finds do not last long.



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