In the master bath of a Charleston, South Carolina, mansion decorated by Mario Buatta, the toilet is concealed in a tall chinoiserie cabinet; a Manuel Canovas print covers the slipper chair at left, a Brunschwig & Fils fabric was used on the chair at right, and the garden stool is from John Rosselli Antiques.
Decorator Marie-Anne Oudejans’s suite in India’s hotel Narain Niwas Palace features a master bedroom painted in blue and white by Vikas Soni, who also painted the portraits.
In the family room of a Chicago duplex designed by Michael S. Smith, an Italian mirror and a Hiroshi Sugimoto photograph are displayed on walls sheathed in a John Robshaw fabric; the ceiling fixture is by Mathieu Lustrerie, and the sectional sofa, in a Jasper silk mohair, is by Jonas.
The cypress-beamed living area of a Boca Grande, Florida, residence is paved with travertine by Country Floors. The walls feature trompe l’oeil decoration by Bob Christian and an array of Staffordshire plates and platters.