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Fresh Starts 

Photo by Eugenia Uhl
The dining room’s simple arrangement includes a custom pedestal table and slipper chairs and a large chandelier made of frosted glass beads.
Photo by Eugenia Uhl
Painted panels (there's another to the right of the mantel) found at the High Point furniture market inspired the use of robin's-egg blue in the formal living room.
Photo by Eugenia Uhl
A pillow Beth Harris found at market inspired the gray accents in the informal living room. Harris and Castro used gray for the wingback chair and the backs of the bookshelves. The seating is covered with washable slipcovers and combined with custom pillows, an iron and marble coffee table and an iron and marble end table from the same line.
Photo by Eugenia Uhl
Neutral hues of orchid, a nod to Gina Goings' love of LSU and the color purple, were used in the living room and adjacent dining room. Retro-inspired pieces (a round 1960s-style chandelier, a pair of 1970s-style end tables used as cocktail tables and a shag rug) bring a contemporary edge to the room's updated classics, which include a pair of neoclassical chairs upholstered with velvet.
Photo by Eugenia Uhl
The office has a desk with an embossed metal top and forged iron legs, a lantern light fixture with antique mirror spheres, a chair with an antique brass frame and white faux fur upholstery, a mirror with a handmade horn frame and an espresso cabinet with silver-leafed doors and a mother-of-pearl pull.
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Photo by Eugenia Uhl
The master bedroom's sophisticated femininity comes from its palette of gray, taupe-infused orchid and pale turquoise, which reads as monochromatic. The headboard was raised 10 inches above the standard height for added impact. The glass-bead chandelier and the bedding are custom designs.
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Photo by Eugenia Uhl
Neutral hues of orchid, a nod to Gina Goings' love of LSU and the color purple, were used in the living room and adjacent dining room. Retro-inspired pieces (a round 1960s-style chandelier, a pair of 1970s-style end tables used as cocktail tables and a shag rug) bring a contemporary edge to the room's updated classics, which include a pair of neoclassical chairs upholstered with velvet.
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