Inventive recycling provided continuity from Jane's previous homes. Curtains in different colorways from different windows in her last place were taken apart and re-sewn together to drape the current apartment's extra-wide living room window. The dining room wallpaper is another creative crossover from past digs. "It's the same paper she's lived with 20 years, with a different colorway every move," notes McCullough. "This time, we repeated the pattern on craft paper to make it appear more modern." No wonder Jane's primitive portraits look at home in their new environment, as comfortably ensconced as she is.
Interior design: Eric Cohler
Design project manager: Jeffery McCullough