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Robsjohn-Gibbings private label armchairs re-covered in "the per- fect shade of blush pink silk velvet," he says. The James Mont stools were found at auction; the Christian Liaigre daybed was chosen so that Michael could lie down and watch TV; and a curved circa-1950 sofa was just the right shape so as not to feel "like a big coffin in the room," he says. In the dining room, a one-of-a-kind Tommi Parzinger table, discovered at Todd Merrill Studio in New York, was the culmination of an intense search for something long enough to seat 10 comfortably. Bodron looked at more than 100 chairs before settling on a rare set of eight, private-label T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings chairs with similarly splayed legs as the table. "It's like a room of beautiful women with The master bedroom's custom white-oak screen was inspired by a magnolia-wood screen in the entry, seen in original 1960s photographs. From left: Guillermo Kuitca's Untitled, 2008; Liz Larner's Lux Interior (gold plated), 2010; Sadamasa Montonaga's Work, 1960. View to the backyard from the master bedroom. In the master bedroom, vintage 1955 Tommi Parzinger chaise from Galere, West Palm Beach. Vintage Angelo Mangiarotti table from Le Lampade, Sag Harbor. Late 20th-century bench from Arlene Angard Designs, NY. Cris Brodahl's Oddity, 2009. 68

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