The sofa and Roman shades (fabric by Osborne & Little) strike a vibrant tone against an indigo wool and jute rug from Moattar in Atlanta, a steel blue Milo Baughman chair, and a deep blue and black Bergere. The trio of lighting pendants is 1960s vintage.
Mid-century art by P.R. McIntosh and others light the stairway with fluorescent color. The 1960s chrome disc chandelier is by Verner Panton.
The chrome four-poster bed is custom, the U-shaped marbleized night table is by Baker, and the rug is by Madeline Weinrib. Sheer raspberry draperies echo the pale pink walls.
Angie (pictured with Rose the cat) re-covered this Milo Baughman sectional in a fuschia woven fabric by Glant.
Sasha’s bed is outfitted with a graphic tapestry from Urban Outfitters; Angie had the bolster pillow made from the same fabric.
A 1950s South American painting and assorted pottery.
Decked Out Downtown
A vintage Baker dresser holds a collection of curiosities in the master bedroom.
In Loulou and Sasha’s room, a Danish Rosewood coffee table with laminate top, a cowhide rug, and low shelving create a comfy kids’ work area.
In the living room, modular bookcases were built by local artisan Capers Cauthen.
Angie, Loulou (11), and Sasha (seven) in the dining room, which is separated from the galley kitchen by a small partition. The white Tulip table is an eBay find, the chairs are 1960s Danish, and the clear globe pendant is by Kartell.