Before Previous renovations had distorted the living room’s proportions
After Glass-shelved niches helped restore balance. Over the fireplace is Miró’s La Reine des Ephémères, 1975
A print by Robert Motherwell, Burning Elegy, 1991, is one of several artworks in the living room. J. Robert Scott drapery and sofa fabrics; Jim Thompson drapery lining silk; Brunschwig & Fils fauteuil passementerie; John Boone lamps; Mrs. MacDougall low table.
Before “The dining room was dark; a shed in the garden was obscuring the view.”
After French doors and an 18th-century palette opened the room up and recalled the Georgian Revival spirit in which the house was built. Sconce and chandelier, Marvin Alexander
Before “The library was painted a dull green color,” Dandridge recalls
After He brought in a faux-boiserie specialist to add warmth to the walls. A Philip Pearlstein work, Model in Green Kimono, is over the fireplace. Marvin Alexander sconces; Chelsea Editions Roman shades
Gotham Revivalism: Homes: architecturaldigest.com