In the entry, Fontana Arte sconces from the 1950s flank Burt Glinn's iconic photograph of Edie Sedgwick, Andy Warhol, and Chuck Wein coming out of a manhole.
Designer Susan Ferrier used a Richard Mulligan lantern, a 17th-century armchair, Directoire Dog Bed console, with custom finish, by Bobby McAlpine for MacRae, and Pier mirror fabricated by Stonehenge Framing.
Vaughan's Lymington chandelier hangs from a coffer covered in Donghia's silver-leaf tea paper to add a warm glow to this foyer.
In this hallway there are plants and more plants: in a Belgian laundry basket, on the Louis XV-style writing table, and even on the wallpaper — Cassia Grace's Leaves from Designtex.
To create a light, airy feel in the entry of his West Hollywood house, visual merchandiser Mark D. Sikes painted the walls New Linen by Kelly-Moore and whitewashed the floors. For a dramatic "Dorothy Draper moment," he used Benjamin Moore's high-gloss Black on the door.