A Home Straight Out of a Modern Day Fairy Tale
Lolly, the family poodle, lounges in the Dorothy Draper-influenced master bedroom. Galli chose the overscale Cole & Son wallpaper, Lily, for "the fairy-tale feeling." The lily pads and the Old World Weavers green velvet, Languedoc, on the headboard evoke the romance of a garden pond. The French Canopy chair from Artistic Frame is covered in Beacon Hill's In Between.
Mint Living Room
To bring a feeling of nature into a New York living room, designer Fawn Galli used a custom minty green: "I don't think a color should be too saturated or strong on a wall." Pal + Smith chairs in a cheetah print — Safari by Manuel Canovas — with a Paley sofa from Profiles, a Fiona Curran Palette carpet for the Rug Company, and a painting by Anne Siems give the room "a sense of storybook fantasy."
"Galli chose a 1970s Lucite table "because it disappears" in the open-plan kitchen and dining area, which faces the living room. The white lacquered legs on Baker's Tufted chairs also keep the space light and airy, while the Malabar New Bamboo cotton upholstery adds a bold splash of accent color. Lumiere chandelier in antiqued brass by Jean de Merry.
Bold Family Room
Lush fabrics, rich teals, and silver tones add glamour to the family room. The Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams Jordan sofa is covered in Varese cotton velvet by Designers Guild; Barbara Barry's Joan chair is in Edo print linen from Lee Jofa. River Stone cocktail table from Phillips Collection. Moroccan leather pouf from John Derian. Photograph by Romaine Orthwein.
The apartment's fuchsia-and-turquoise color scheme is expressed in flowers and the smallest of accessories.
The room has "a dreamlike, enchanted feeling, with butterflies flying around," Galli says. Farfalla wallpaper by Nina Campbell.
In the powder room, Galli painted the ornate shield mirror to match the purple in Cole & Son's Orchid wallpaper.