Overscale willow basket lights from South of Market help define the breakfast area in a large kitchen. Tones of gray reappear in the curtain fabric by Lewis & Sheron Textiles and the Dual Seat Counter Bench by Lee Industries. Faucet by Waterworks. Sub-Zero refrigerator. Mirror from South of Market.
In the dining room, curved banquettes that seat three people each were custom-made to conform to the curve of the table. "It makes the dining experience a little bit different and definitely creates intimacy," Douglass says. Ebony dining table and Noella chair from South of Market. Drum light customized with Galbraith & Paul Fern fabric.
A vintage letter O from a storefront in Paris hangs in the dining room.
"I think there's peace in balance," says designer Kay Douglass, who furnished the family room with two Charlotte chairs and ottomans, two vintage iron coffee tables found at a fair in France, two table lamps, and two vintage side tables that belonged to the owners — lacquered in Orange Spice to give them new life. Thibaut sofa, Iron and Linen Frame light fixture, and orange picture frame from South of Market. Belgian linen curtains from Lewis & Sheron Textiles.
Turned-wood floor lamps from Belgium in the study play with scale. Lee Industries chairs. Paint is Pratt & Lambert's Rubidoux.
In the master bedroom, upholstered headboard panels stacked "like a skyscraper," according to Douglass, "soften the wall and create their own sense of scale." Citron Elitis silk through Donghia. Turkish Eye fabric by Katherine Rally Textiles. Straw Sphere light and Julien chair at the foot of the bed from South of Market.
The Octagonal mirror from South of Market was custom lacquered to match the citron silk. A pair of wicker chaises from South of Market provide the perfect spot for morning coffee and the newspapers.
Seafoam green — Casamance fabric through Ernest Gaspard — is the accent color in a guest bedroom. Lee Industries chairs. Mirrors from South of Market.