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Luxe Lounging Area

Hard concrete tables contrast nicely with satin-upholstered furniture.

New York designer Richard Gillette treated the open, clean-lined space like a canvas, painting the walls with dancing figures to create a sense of movement and the ceiling with architectural motifs. The vertical grain of the Madagascar ebony column highlights the height of the space.

See more interiors from Richard Gillette's The Art of the Interior in our photo gallery.

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