This vintage 1960s entrance hall was a setting for strong-minded vintage — then contemporary — treasures, the bridge to all the multi-hued rooms in the home, as well as a warm and neutral ally to the furnishings throughout the house.
This space also hosted an unusual carpeted spiral staircase with steps that fit right against the curved wall. It took up a minimal amount of space, but made a great impact.
An aluminum carousel chandelier was positioned within a recessed ceiling area that had been painted with a copper/stone effect.
The treasures in the entryway included a robust circus-equestrian iron statue by Bertil Vallien at Bonniers, which sat under an aluminum carousel chandelier. The red and gold modern Aubusson tapestry on the wall was by Herve Lelong at Cartier.
And in the foreground, on the black and white raised border rug, there was a round piece of antique mahogany furniture called a landlord’s table.