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At Home with Architect Michael Graves

A run-down Princeton warehouse, transformed by Michael Graves into his own elegant home

Written by Amy Elbert
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Table (antique, American Regency); chairs (assorted, Biedermeier, c. 1820); striped chair-seat fabric (antique); candlesticks on table (Grand Tour antiques); area rug (designed by Michael Graves); windows and doors (some are English doors by Crittall): owner's collection.
Frieze over fireplace: Giust Gallery, 781/933-2455, giustgallery.com.
Leather chair-seat fabric: Spinneybeck Leather, spinneybeck.com.
Windows and doors: some are by Hope's of New York, hopeswindows.com.
Wall paint: Benjamin Moore & Co., 888/236-6667.
Candle sconce (designed by Michael Graves, originally fabricated by Francoise Guillemin): currently produced by Baldinger Lighting, 888/481-7631, baldinger.com.

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