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Turntables in the music room.
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Reminiscent of Texas’ kitschy wagon-wheel chandeliers, Jenny Kirtland’s sculptural design for the entry features Edison bulbs above a ring of clear acrylic. Suspended from the apex of the vaulted ceiling, it illuminates a Saarinen table, Poltrona Frau glass floor lamp, and a vintage painted chest. The leather chair is a family piece.
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Jenny Kirtland designed the chandelier with John Gregory, using salvaged pieces from an Italian Venini-glass chandelier. The massive wood farmhouse table is surrounded by silk velvet armchairs from the French modern line Promemoria. Ebonized mahogany ledge beneath an Art of Old India mirror. Eskayel wallpaper by Shanan Campanaro.
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A cross between tie-dye and inkblot, the dining room wallpaper was Jenny’s online find from the Eskayel collection by Shanan Campanaro. The sculpture spells out LOVE in sign language.
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Tom Dixon three-piece ebonized oak coffee table from Scott + Cooner centers the family room’s sitting area. Mid-century modern chairs from John Kirtland’s family home were reupholstered in mohair. The Boyd floor lamp is a MoMA classic. Brant McFarlain designed the built-in shelving and populated it with “gypsy finds.” The window coverings have evolved from the original olive-green wool, first with a band of caramel velvet, most recently with a border of blue taffeta.
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An inveterate collector, Jenny Kirtland shops local boutiques and scours the Internet for finds such as this mid-century wood hutch and sleek double-light lamp.
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Brant McFarlain designed the live-edge walnut table, crafted from a split trunk with a center seam of solid bronze. Chairs are mid-century vintage with new leather upholstery.
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Tucked beneath the stairs, a sitting area mixes a mid-century-modern bench, Scott + Cooner armchair, antique glass-and-iron table and Minotti pillows from Smink. Jenny Kirtland found the striped wallpaper online; there was no U.S. representative for the line, so interior designer Brant McFarlain tracked down a source in Mexico.
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Guitars and amps line one side of the upstairs recording studio.
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A testament to John Kirtland’s success in the music industry.
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The Jan Showers two-piece settee was reupholstered in white patent leather; originally in the entry, it found its forever home in the master bath. The striped wallpaper is laminated for a subtle gloss.
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Saarinen’s iconic womb chair snuggles into a corner of the bedroom. Drapery fabric is Osborne & Little.
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