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Michelle NussbauMer Dallas rooM: Turkish Writer's Lair iNspiratioN: A 19th-century English traveler who lived many moons in Turkey and Morocco inspired this worldly oasis where, like the Bosporus, cultures collide. Nussbaumer used fabrics and trims from her collection with Clarence House, along with a custom Bodrum daybed, and custom Paul Montgomery wallpaper for her exotic lair. Douglas FrieDman For The shaDe sTore Michelle Nussbaumer Clarence House X Michelle Nussbaumer fabric and trim. Loloi rug. Moroccan star light fixture by Hudson Valley Lighting. Armchairs by Michelle Nussbaumer in Clarence House X Michelle Nussbaumer fabric. Syrian 19th-century bench and blue-and-white Chinese, Islamic, and Moroccan 19th-century ceramics and porcelains, all from Ceylon et Cie. Paul Montgomery Studio X Michelle Nussbaumer wallpaper. Syrian 19th-century inlaid chest with majolica urn, 19th-century French lamp. Oriental 19th-century painting. Syrian 19th-century desk. French painting from Ceylon et Cie. French '40s desk chair covered in Michelle Nussbaumer fabric. Nineteenth-century jeweled glass light fixture that once belonged to the Maharaja of Jaipur. Loloi rug. Wallpaper by Paul Montgomery Studio X Michelle Nussbaumer. Draperies and shades in Clarence House X Michelle Nussbaumer fabric and trim, fabricated by The Shade Store. 86

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