Quiñones stripped paint from the banister to reveal a beautiful mix of textures and materials. The red runner introduces drama in the entry.

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Refined Refuge

Taking style cues from the owner, this home has a calm, collected feel

Written by Candace Ord Manroe
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Emily Minton-Redfield

Table (Historic Charleston Collection): Baker, 800/592-2537.
Chairs (Regency-style “Square-Back Side Chair’’ #621-64-62, and “Square-Back Arm Chair’’ #621-63-62, Kings Row Collection): Hickory White, 828/322-8624, hickorywhite.com.
Chair fabric: Christopher Hyland Inc., 212/688-6121,
christopherhyland.com, trade only.
Chandelier: Donald J. Embree Antiques Inc., 214/760-9141, embreeart.com, trade only.
Side table near window (antique): Milton Kent Antiques, 214/826-7553.
Rug: Edward Fields Inc., 214/741-4215, edwardfieldsinc.com, trade only.
Wall upholstery: Christopher Norman Collection, 212/644-5301,
christophernorman.com., trade only.
Drapery: Travers, 212/888-7900, traversinc.com, trade only.
Accessories: owner’s collection.

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