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Antelope Print Is the Versatile Pattern That Keeps This Home Cohesive
In the living room, Warner conjures a fresh take on classic red, white and blue. The 14-foot-long vintage sofa is from the owners' previous residence. The chairs and smaller sofa are covered in a Groundworks fabric, and the wallpaper is by Jim Thompson. A Stark indoor-outdoor rug is topped by a custom Merida rug that was designed by Warner and inspired by inkblots. "I painted a watercolor, played with it in Photoshop and sent it off," she says.
I just realized: all the American Revolution was, was the colonies saying, "Nobody puts Baby in a corner."
As soon as school's out, Martha's children decamp from their home in New Jersey and head to Cape Cod. "They get to spend a lot of time at the beach with their grandparents," she explains. And with their friends: Martha outfitted the kids' rooms with extra twin beds for sleepovers. "I love that dorm feeling," she says. In this photo: Three iron beds from Garnet Hill allow the boys' room to accommodate an overnight guest. Striped L.L. Bean blankets echo the Ralph Lauren wallpaper, while framed…
Map Room - For the walls of the "map room," artist Lori Barnaby painted a nautical chart of Long Island in the style of a blueprint. "In keeping with the theme," says designer Kim Coleman, "the blues of the sofa, chairs, rug, and accessories create an aquatic aura." Barclay Butera Carmel sofa. Dash & Albert Diamont Denim Rug. Ankasa pillows. Visual Comfort lamp. An antique library chair is covered in Edelman leather.