Gray walls covered in Kneedler-Fauchère's Fine Hemp give the living room a "sexy nighttime coziness and sophistication," Dhong says. Lavender silk pillows add a jolt of iridescent color, and the viscose rug from Stark "shimmers like a pool of water." Gleaming polished nickel Porter lamps from flank the Belgian Slope Arm sofa from and photograph. Reproduction Egg chairs face a vintage coffee table attributed to Karl Springer. Garden stools, the . Emily Scheibal plaster sculpture, .
"There are so many different flavors in the living room," Dhong says, "but it's all carefully balanced."
A vacation in Marrakech inspired Dhong to replace living room cabinets with "the relaxed elegance" of a custom banquette in velvet and antiqued mirrors. Inlaid mother-of-pearl Moroccan tables, . Swedish bergère, . Zambia faux-fur throw, .
Dhong channeled "the grandeur of English country houses" for the foyer. Fornasetti Nuvole paper by . Entwined dolphins mirror by . Vincent faux-bois table, . Helmet Head table lamp, . Vase, .
Dhong gave the dining room a sumptuous backdrop with gilded wallpaper, Margot by . He paired a vintage tabletop with a Dakota base and made the rug from broadloom remnants. The plaster Aura chandelier by Alexandre Logé adds sculptural interest. Ceiling and trim are painted Stratton Blue by .
A 1950s Italian candelabra hangs above Louis XVI-style chairs from .
A wooden urn is a classical counterpoint to the Balloon Dog plate.
Two banquettes run the length of a 20-foot wall in the family room. "I like the ease of going from dining to lounging," Dhong says. "And the room has an expansive feel because it's not cut in half by a sofa." A photograph "gives the space a garden-room vibe." Distressed Ionic Capital coffee table, . Rug from . Leather dining chairs, . Panton chair, .
faux-bois wallpaper hung horizontally, and the sink's branch console base from , bring nature into the powder room.
A commode by and a painting in the upstairs hall.
Dhong balanced the "masculine strength" of the custom bed with a vintage Curtis Jere brass porthole mirror and gold Murano glass lamps by Steve Jensen from : "I like the geometry of clean, straight lines and hard angles, but it can be oppressive. Circular elements are compelling and very human."
Dhong created "a textured envelope" with monochromatic elegance in the master bedroom using a silk wallcovering--Murmur by . "In this sea of tans, beiges, and taupes, we inserted an La Chaise," he says. "Its white form is pure sculpture. It's also surprisingly comfortable!" Italian wall panel, . Catella rug, .
French Empire meets the space age in the office: a photo of the moon is a stark contrast to the antique fauteuil that Dhong paired with an Aviator Wing desk from .
In a guest room, a chinoiserie daybed — inspired by Thomas Chippendale's designs — and 's Early Views of India wallpaper are a "theatrical nod to the Raj." Josephine chair, . Hans Barbell brass table by .