, the co-op’s original white-pine floors were still intact. Greene covered them with a dark stain, adding a sense of grandeur, and covered the living room walls with Anya Larkin silvery-gray grass cloth (“often too warm or cold, but this was perfect,” he says). From there, Greene simply built on his
have to co-exist," Schandel says. Making the details multi-use makes sense too: the ribbon look wall sculpture is actually a coat hook." Holly Hunt donated the Christian Liaigre high-backed armchair. Minotti donated the slim, elegant table lamps. Classic Design made the ultra-suede platform bed. The fabric
furniture co-mingles with a fragrant melange of lavender and daffodils while the crystal chandelier makes dining with mason jars feel like more than just a casual meal. Among this eclectic mix of rustic and country, the old ladder in the background does not look as foreign as it seems.