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The French oak plank floors in the master bedroom. PHOTO: Sean Dagen.
Thin hanging metal pendants from Lightopia illuminate a suede headboard, wood-stained wall and latte-color sheers by Urbana furniture.
The focal point of the master bedroom is the hand-carved bed with bone inlay from India.
The French oak plank floors in the master bedroom.
Porta Romana bedside lamp; wallpaper is by Fromental.
Soft textiles and a vintage Moroccan rug warm up the living room's built-in sofa.
Atop tables made by Lind are side lights by Doug Newton for Nightwood.
An interesting piece of furniture, a beautiful piece of art and a scented candle immediately excite the senses.
Thomas Beeton custom designed the bed and chairs in the Slatkins' master bedroom.
Open-weave Donghia fabric curtains in the master bedroom filter the light.
Another (borrowed) Alison Van Pelt above an Eames chair in the master.
Etching by Michael Heizer, an Albrizzi Backgammon table from Sotheby’s, B&B Italia end table and William Spratling chairs in the master bedroom.
The entrance to Frank's bedroom. The doors have survived two fires (she bought them secondhand after the first one).
Frank's favorite piece of furniture, a handmade bureau she picked up at a Beverly Boulevard antiques shop, below Malone Mills' Float.