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Classic Architecture, Bathed in Golds, Beiges and Creams

Golds, beiges, and creams reign supreme in a timeless home

Written by Ted Loos
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Werner Straube

Flooring (“Crema Parador,” marble): Chadwick’s Surfaces International, 847/680-3222, chadwickssurfaces.net 
Carpet on stairs (custom, wool/silk): Hokanson, 800/560-8834, hokansoncarpet.com
Hanging fixture (custom); sconce (custom): Soucie Horner Ltd., 312/755-0202, souciehorner.com
Fabrication: Doug Seaman, Archistoric Workshop, 312/829-6290, archistoric.com
Paint (“White Dove” #OC-17): Benjamin Moore & Co., 888/236-6667.