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In the master bath, salvaged claw-foot tub from a client’s remodel.
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The map in the playroom charts where the Yeamans have been and are planning to go next. IKEA ps1 cabinet. Black-and-white Afghan modern kilim rug. John Robshaw pouf pillow.
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Living for Young Homemakers magazine, January 1952, features the Yeaman’s home.
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Erika and Matt Yeaman in the parlor.
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Erika with daughters Olivia and Sophie.
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In the parlor, the Dunbar sofa (below window) is original to the house and now recovered. The spiky coffee table was the Yeamans’ first furniture purchase in 2004; it’s believed to be Heywood-Wakefield. Window fabric is Celerie Kemble for Schumacher. Turkish Tula rug is layered over an antique rug.
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In the dining room, vintage woven fixture from Give and Take in the Design District.
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Architect Arch Swank’s 1951-designed modernist home for painter Frank Bearden and his wife Fran — now the home of Erika and Matt Yeaman. In the Yeamans’ living area are vintage Wassily chairs from a North Carolina shop. Large black-and-cream art was found at Round Top Antiques Fair. “I ran across the field to grab it,” says Erika. Painting above fireplace is one of many English and American heirloom portraits handed down to the couple.
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In the living room, custom horn benches, Roll & Hill Modo chandelier.
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Magnificent custom-designed oak-wood slatted staircase. Four-foot Noguchi lamp hangs in the stairwell. Stair runner is dark geometric sisal.
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In the parlor hangs a Springbok mount the Yeamans brought back from their honeymoon in South Africa. “We spent a month there and traveled all around the country,” she says. A blackamoor lamp, one of many heirlooms from Matt’s family, adds wit and whimsy to the room.
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In Olivia’s bedroom, the painted matte-black bed originally belonged to Erika’s mother; it was passed down to Erika and now to her daughter. Anthropologie rope swing. Hand-crocheted canopy from North Carolina was a gift from Erika’s grandmother.
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