In the drawing room of a Manhattan apartment designed by Ann Pyne of McMillen, Inc., the Art Deco mirror is from Bernd Goeckler Antiques, the parchment-top cocktail table is a custom design, a wall sculpture by Thomas Houseago hangs above a sofa upholstered in a linen damask by Mulberry Home.
Antique Italian mirrors hang above consoles by Conde House in the living room of this Capri home; the slipper chairs are by Creazioni, and the antique tile flooring is original to the house.
H&M Home’s head of design uses turquoise chairs to pop against the dining room’s clean white backdrop. The minimalistic light helps the space feel true to its Scandinavian roots.
A chandelier by Jonas Bohlin for Örsjö Belysning hangs above a custom-made table in the kitchen of this formerly abandoned farmhouse in Sweden; the chairs are by Magis, and the rug is sisal.
Savannah College of Art and Design’s president and founder, Paula Wallace, uses white walls in her historic home to showcase the work of SCAD artists.
In the living room of Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman’s home, the sofa is upholstered in a Larsen velvet, the antique Chinese cocktail table is from JF Chen, and the photograph is by Michael Eastman.
In this London townhouse, the family room features a French mirrored cabinet and a pair of Maison Jansen lamps, all from the 1970s, a 1940s Italian sofa, and a 1960s artwork by Piero Fornasetti that has been turned into a light box; the throw is by Hermès.
In a dining area designed by Juan Carlos Arcila-Duque, bent-plywood chairs by Norman Cherner mingle with seats from CB2; Rapture by Issa-Khan is displayed on the bookshelf, and the framed prints by Horst include a 1935 advertisement for Bergdorf Goodman.
Decorator Michael S. Smith infused a house in Hawaii with polished tropical flair. Exotic touches in the master bedroom include a Ming-style bed of Smith’s own design and bed linens by John Robshaw Textiles.
In the den of Ellen Pompeo’s home designed by Martyn Lawrence-Bullard, the sectional and the ottoman, which are covered in a linen by C&C Milano and an Edelman leather, respectively, and the upholstered screens are all by Martyn Lawrence-Bullard; the woven-sea-grass stools are by ABC Carpet & Home.
In the living room of designers John Dransfield and Geoffrey Ross, 19th-century military maps of France were commissioned by Napoléon III, and the daybed is Charles X; Regency-style armchairs upholstered in leather flank a 1940s galvanized-tole table.
A collection of tribal masks is displayed in a guest room in Shelter Island, New York designed by Clora Kelly; a tapestry from Argentina hangs above the bed.
A reclaimed-wood table, Old Hickory chairs, and bluestone countertops in James Huniford’s Bridgehampton, New York, kitchen.
In the living area of a California home owned by designer Patrick Printy, the leather armchairs and rattan table are French, the zebra hide is antique, and framed Mexican folk art paintings are mixed with photographs by George Tice and Edward Curtis.
The artworks and rug in a Manhattan apartment’s entrance hall are by Kazumi Yoshida, and the table is by Roger Tallon; the chair is by Satyendra Pakhalé, the mobile is vintage, and the curtains are of a Clarence House fabric.
In the living room of Jay and Yvonne Fielden’s Connecticut home designed by Jesse Carrier and Mara Miller, a Room & Board sofa and a Ralph Lauren Home cocktail table; Chinese porcelain panels flank a 1930s Chippendale cabinet.
A bedroom on the Santa Monica ranch of Portia de Rossi and Ellen DeGeneres includes a custom-made bed by Jay Holman dressed in Matteo linens and a vintage linen matelassé coverlet. The antique Serapi rug and Tibetan hemp carpet are both from J. Iloulian Rugs.