The interiors are “relaxed, comfortable; you walk in and throw your feet up—but at the same time, they’re artistic,” says Kimberly Quaid. Interior designers John and Krista Everage brought a farmhouse feel to the spaces, adding rough-hewn beams from a Pennsylvania barn to the living room. Kneedler-Fauchère floor lamp. Sconces and branch side table base, Gregorius/Pineo. Cowtan & Tout chaise pillow fabric. Wing chair pillow fabric, Clarence House.
“Dennis and I are really lucky because we have the same taste in things,” says Kimberly Quaid (with the actor and their twins, Thomas and Zoë). “We’d see something and just instantly know that’s what we wanted.”
“I’ve got steam; she has a big tub,” the actor says of their separate baths. Donghia ottoman fabric. Ann Sacks French limestone pavers
Artwork, an important element throughout, figures prominently in the master bedroom. The paintings, from left, are by Rimi Yang and Thrush Holmes. Drapery fabric from Bergamo.
The couple, with their five dogs, in the garden, which is landscaped with native sycamores and oaks and fruit trees—“avocado, apples, peaches, lemons, limes and figs,” notes Kimberly Quaid—as well as a putting green.
“We created an outdoor room with the beauty of interior furnishings and art,” says John Everage. The painting is by Mark Perlman. Perennials trims and sofa stripe.
Dennis Quaid: Homes: architecturaldigest.com