Circa-1800 French riverscapes share the garden hall with antique marble busts depicting the four seasons; the painted benches were designed in the manner of 18th-century British architect William Kent.
In the drawing room, the painting over the mantel is from the school of Sir Peter Paul Rubens; the canvases on the far wall are by Luca Giordano (top) and Enoch Seeman. The George II marble-top mahogany table hosts 19th-century Chinese jars. The carpet is a 19th-century Aubusson.
Studio Peregalli Revives a Romantic Apartment in Italy
Paved with a Roman-inspired mosaic, the elliptical entrance hall of a Naples, Italy, apartment designed by Studio Peregalli features a French Empire chandelier and an antique English lavastone pedestal table.
Mario Buatta Redecorates Aileen Mehle's New York City Apartment
The ballroom features Mehle’s collection of 18th- and 19th-century mirrors and paintings, which overlook a Chinese low table by Gracie, an 18th-century Italian bergère (at right), and a sofa whose pillows are made of Scalamandré floral prints.