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COVER

Design by Sallie Lord, GreyHunt Interiors and Brad Norris, Norris Architecture; Photography by Stacy Zarin Goldberg

MASTHEAD

Page 5: Stonington Wallpaper in Turquoise from Ceylon Collection by Thibaut

FROM THE EDITOR

Page 7: Photography by John O’Hagan

DESIGNER Q & A

Pages 15–18: Interior Design by Paloma Contreras; Paloma Contreras Design

STYLE LIBRARY

Pages 19–20: ©The Graphic Garden by Keith Williams; Pointed Leaf Press; 2020

Pages 21–22: ©Garden for All Seasons: Marjorie Merriweather Post’s Hillwood; Rizzoli; 2020

ANTIQUES OBSESSION

Pages 23–25: Photography courtesy of Authentic Provence; West Palm Beach, FL

LOCAL COLOR

Pages 27–36: Interior design, Jenny Vorhoff, Studio Riga.

Page 30: Foyer: Console, Soane. Large vessels on floor, Wisteria. Mirror, Ironies. Rug, Studio Four. Light fixture, Oly. Pool area: Pool deck furniture, David Sutherland. Upper deck furniture, Janus et Cie and David Sutherland. Dining room: Table, David Iatesta. Light Fixture, Julie Neill. Chairs, John Rosselli. Pedestal, 1st Dibs.

Family room: Rug, Stark Carpet. Chairs, Gregorius Pineo. Fabric on chairs, Quadrille. Sofas, Custom by Woodrich

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