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AD100 Designer Mario Buatta’s Timeless Interiors

The ballroom, now the main living area, is swathed in an apricot silk by Grey Watkins from Stark; the chandelier is French, the curtains are of a Pierre Frey satin, and the Savonnerie carpet is by Stark.

TRADITIONAL LIVING ROOM BY MARIO BUATTA A Manhattan ballroom has original crown moldings and a ceiling high enough to accommodate Aileen Mehle's prized Italian secretary; the Louis XVI wing chair is covered in a blue velvet by Clarence House, and the paw-foot stool in the foreground is upholstered in a Brunschwig & Fils leopard velvet.

The ballroom of writer Aileen Mehle’s Manhattan apartment has original crown moldings and a ceiling high enough to accommodate her prized Italian secretary. Mario Buatta decorated the residence, which is in a 1903 townhouse designed by Horace Trumbauer.

Brunschwig fabric

Brunschwig fabric