Walls painted in Benjamin Moore’s Pleasant Valley contrast with an Adam Ball canvas in the master bedroom of decorator Alex Papachristidis’s Bridgehampton, New York, home; the cabinets are 18th century, and the bed is upholstered in a Brunschwig & Fils silk velvet.
At this Mark Gillette–designed apartment in a historic English country estate, the master suite looks out toward a stairwell landing.
Decorators Michael Coorengel and Jean-Pierre Calvagrac created contrast in the dining room of their Paris apartment. Charles Rennie Mackintosh chairs—some left black, others painted white—are paired with an ornate 17th-century French table, and burly wrought-iron tiebacks hold open demure silk crêpe de voile curtains.
The blue master bedroom of a cottage in the Bahamas by Andrew Raquet Interior Design took shape around an Alan Campbell wallpaper; the fan is by Hunter, the headboard is by Avery Boardman, and the bed linens are by Matouk and D. Porthault.