Interior Mirrors

Mirror with Decoration of Figures in a Landscape, Korea, 918-1392, bronze. A cord could be looped through the knob in the center and hung on a wall. The other side would have been polished to a high sheen.

Mirrors did not play a significant role in interiors until the 16th century when Venetians perfected the method of making flat panes of clear glass, Interior Mirrors

Midnight in the Garden

  • Wallpaper: Cole & Son / Palm Jungle
  • Fabrics: Kravet / 29761-50; Stark Fabric / Sonia Rykiel / Mutine / Menthol; Skinny la Minx / Brancusi Stripe / Cocoa
  • Rug: Merida / Tiger Eyes / Natural Sisal



  • Fabrics: Skinny la Minx / Simple Stripe / Steel; Skinny la Minx / Rough Diamond / Lollipop
  • Cork Flooring
  • Paint: Farrow & Ball / Black Blue
  • Wallcovering: Graduate Collection / Jungle Print

Earth Tones & Textures

  • Jute Wallcovering: Omexco/Akoya/2204
  • Fabrics: Kravet/Madison Linen/Biscuit; Lulan Artisans/Passages; Kravet/29758-116/Beige
  • Trim: Janet Yonaty Inc./RB507/0333
  • Porcelain Tile: Stone Source/U-Color

Motifs: pre-16th Century

In pre-16th century Europe, few people had time and money to dedicate to interior decoration. Motifs: pre-16th Century

Alpine Storm Watch

Gloomy With a Chance of Sun

  • Wallpaper: Cole & Son/Fornasetti II/Nuvolette
  • Leather: Spinneybeck/Prima
  • Fabrics: Maharam/Alpine Stripe/Edelweiss; Brunschwig & Fils/Charmant Velvet/Persimmon; Stark Fabric/Sonia Rykiel/Spirit Multico
  • Porcelain Tile: Porcelanosa
  • Wood Flooring