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Gorgeous, Updated Classic Home

A new addition on a more than 200-year-old home creates lively contrast

Written by Krissa Rossbund
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Gordon Beall

Table; chandelier: Tom Hayes/Toby West Ltd., 404/233-7425.
Chairs: owner’s collection.
Chair fabric (“Panthere”/Fond, Creme #0989A/001, by Boussac): Pierre Frey, 866/707-1524, pierrefrey.com
Chest by French doors: Kim Faison Antiques, 804/282-3736, kimfaisonantiques.com
Lamps on chest; art: owner’s collection.
Wall covering (“Faux Bois”): Nobilis, 800/464-6670, nobilis.fr 
Fabric behind glass doors (“Mirambeau”/Bourgogne #B7542-04, by Braquenie): Pierre Frey, 866/707-1524, pierrefrey.com

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