Keeping the windows open captures not only the light but the wonderful architectural panels so beautifully executed within each opening.
The homeowner had a tremendous art collection (with reframing, as a bonus). We used the art throughout the house. The only exception is the France Jodoin oil painting titled “For Idle Dreams of Things, Which Cannot Be” hanging above the library fireplace. I spotted the piece at Pryor Fine Art in Atlanta and thought, “Perfect!”
Antique Regency armchairs, English cloverleaf side tables, and a federal-style bull’s eye mirror complete the library with an effortless stroke of graciousness. Achieving a sumptuous and comfortable environment!