Designer Thad Hayes conceived the interiors of a house near Washington, D.C., that was designed by architect Stephen Muse.
Left: A circa 1820 Japanese screen hangs on a living room wall. Pollack fabric on open-arm chairs. Murano glass lamp from Bernd Goeckler Antiques.
Two 1920s Moroccan ottomans share the sitting room with sofas and club chairs designed by Hayes, who “kept a lot of air and space around the pieces to let them breathe.” The lamp is a converted 19th-century English vase. Sconces and round and nesting tables from Bernd Goeckler.
Hayes spent about nine months “detailing and designing the entire interior.” (“We probably had more input on the interior architecture than on most of our projects,” he notes.) Opposite: The dining room. George III shield-back dining chairs, Kentshire Galleries. Chinese figurines, H. M. Luther. Lee Jofa drapery silk.
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