A Noguchi paper pendant light, a Chinese fretwork screen, a tall wood sculpture (see previous slide), and a pair of handsome wooden stools complete the scheme.
Daybed (antique, Chinese): Fishcake, 808/593-1231, fishcake.us.
Daybed cushion and bolster fabric ("Aerial"/Patagonia White); window treatment fabric (by Pollack): Donghia, 914/662-2377, donghia.com.
Daybed upholstery: Bob Arkus Custom Upholstery, 808/847-5220.
Throw pillows (Mongolian Lamb/Stone White): West Elm, 888/922-4119, westelm.com.
Wall sconce ("Rensselaer Single Sconce" with cage shade #WM-50-1): Schoolhouse Electric Co., 800/630-7113, schoolhouseelectric.com.
Side tables at end of daybed (antique, Chinese): Place, 808/275-3075, placehawaii.com.
Selenite vases on tables (by Robert Kuo): McGuire Furniture, 415/241-1228, mcguirefurniture.com.
Chinese screens (custom white lacquer finish): CS Wo & Sons, 808/545-5966, cswo.com.
Felt stones to left of daybed (Livingstones, by Stephanie Marin, 10% wool): Lola Home, 510/981-8345, lolahome.com.
Bronze spear sculpture in corner: JRM International, 415/864-8118.
Wall covering (faux bark): Weitzner Ltd., 888/609-5551, weitznerlimited.com.
Area rug (sisal): Merida, 800/ 345-2200, meridameridian.com.
Printed natural hide rug: Williams-Sonoma Home, 888/922-4108, wshome.com.
Noguchi pendant light ("Akari Light Sculpture Ceiling Lamp"): Noguchi Museum Store, 718/204-7088, noguchi.org.
Carved wood pods (#924); teak sculpture (#926): Ironies, 510/644-2100,