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    A Lynn Geesaman photograph is displayed in the master bedroom; the nightstand is by BDDW, and the rug is by Edward Fields. Manhattan-based Kathleen Walsh Interiors decorated the home, which is located on a Martha’s Vineyard organic farm.

    A Knoll Ultrasuede sheathes this master bedroom, where an Elliott Puckette painting is displayed above the headboard. Architect Peter Pennoyer and designer Victoria Hagan remade the Manhattan residence.

    Wrapped with a Gracie wallpaper and hung with Japanese screens from Galerie Anne-Marie Monin, the master bedroom of this Chicago duplex penthouse was renovated by designer Michael S. Smith in collaboration with Marvin Herman & Assoc. Architects.

    Painted in a Benjamin Moore gray, the master bedroom of this 1840s Manhattan townhouse was decorated by Christine Markatos Design.

    In a child’s bedroom of a Chicago-area residence designed by Peter Gluck and Partners, the Caro Alto area rug is by Casalis, and the tufted floor lounge is from PBteen.

    The walls of this Florida master bedroom decorated by Furze Bard + Assoc. are upholstered in an Élitis linen.

    In the master bedroom of this Philadelphia-area home, matching custom-made slipper chairs, covered in a Claremont fabric, flank an all-white Robert Ryman canvas over the fireplace. Jayne Design Studio decorated the residence.

    A chandelier by Williams-Sonoma Home overlooks the master bedroom in this Beaux Arts building in Kansas City, Missouri.

    In a renovated 19th-century Philadelphia home, interior designer Thomas Jayne employed a Saarinen side table beside a bed draped in toile de Jouy.

    In the guest bath of the Philip Galanes–designed Shelter Island, New York, home of Knoll CEO Andrew Cogan, a Saarinen table stands beside a prototype of a Robert Venturi chair for Knoll.