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Neoclassical Hall

Symmetry lends a formal look to an entryway.

This Neoclassic hall designed by Richard Gillette is the most intact room from the original private 1918 house, complete with black-and-white marble floor and crystal chandelier. The artwork is flanked by a pair of tripod-based torchiere lamps, designed by Dorothy Draper for the Carlyle Hotel. The Regency table offers a practical place to drop keys and mail when coming and going.

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

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