This delightfully eclectic country-style living room from the 1960s was packed full of treasures in an almost Victorian style.
Time-mellowed real woodwork paneling, with its details carefully preserved, gave this city apartment a settled-in feeling of permanence more often associated with a country house.
The living room overmantel was a carved 15th-century oak fragment, and the fireplace’s mantel shelf was once a dough tray.
Bookcases and cabinets built out from the window wall had touch-latch doors covered in smoked glass. This lightened the room and increased its depth.