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Home Schooled 

Photo by Theresa Cassagne
Cheramie painted the kitchen cabinets white, added new carrera marble counters, a backsplash of carrera, statuary and black Nero marbles, a custom island, new appliances and plumbing fixtures.
Photo by Theresa Cassagne
Cheramie used Benjamin Moore's Stonington Gray in the living room. Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams sofa from Villa Vici; pillows from Z Gallerie were custom made with fabric from Mood Fabrics in New York; floor lamp by Regina Andrew; coffee table, small green bergere and side table, all from Renaissance Interiors; side chair next to sofa and baroque mirror, both from Dop Antiques.
Photo by Theresa Cassagne
Cheramie had the dining table made from bargeboard reclaimed from a shed that was on the property. A contemporary bench upholstered with velvet keeps the traffic side of the table open and can be easily tucked below when serving buffet style. A painting of Napoleon is above the sideboard. Sisal and cowhide rugs lend warmth and texture to the room.
Photo by Theresa Cassagne
Cheramie chose the powder room's flocked damask wallpaper to visually expand the small space by accentuating its height. He added black framed tiles by Missoni and a collection of vintage mirrors and frames to create a sense of depth.
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Photo by Theresa Cassagne
In the master bedroom, Cheramie had a bed frame from Z Gallerie custom upholstered. Vintage etchings on the back wall are housed in frames by Restoration Hardware. Bedside chests from Worlds Away are topped with lamps by Mary McDonald for Robert Abbey. Peacock Blue velvet covers the Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams chaise. The painting of Napoleon is from Renaissance Interiors and the ginger jar is from Shaun Smith Home.
Photo by Theresa Cassagne
Coral mounted on Lucite tops a stack of books in the living room.
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