Mary repickled the family room's paneling. A lauhala mat of plaited pandanus leaves skims over concrete flooring.
The living room's Italian ormolu burlwood chest displays silver bells of English monarchs.
An antique Japanese vase tops the entry's antique Italian chest.
The dining room's Venetian mirror.
An Italian antique original to the home is crowned by a portrait of Mary's mother, Muriel Flanders.
A Japanese stone lantern decorates the garden.
Wooden bowls gather at the piano, while Jacoulet prints hang nearby.
Huddled atop a chest in the guest room, Mary's frogs make up one of her many collections. A Sexton floral-print from the Mauna Kea Hotel hangs above a chest stenciled by John's mother. The antique Italian chair came with the house.
More wooden bowls from another of the McGraths' collections are displayed on library shelves.
Victorian beds that were Mary's father's childhood furniture join an Eastlake parlor table in the guest room. John Kelly prints hang on the colored-plaster walls.
Mary Philpotts McGrath
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