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The dining room’s wall of glass opens onto a Texas cobbled limestone courtyard, where exterior seating, a wine cellar and humidor are nearby.
"The architectural details of this room were so strong that the right rug really softens it," says Smith. Custom shades on a chandelier, a collection of blue-and-white plates on the wall and a hand-painted Chinese wallpaper.
A wooden bead chandelier from Pottery Barn and weathered RH dining tables add rustic glam to the outdoor terrace.
In the breakfast room, a Madeline Stuart chair accompanies a cream craquelure-finish table from Marbello Design.
Jorge Pardo lamps, Sunset silkscreen print by Andy Warhol, contemporary Korean bowls, Saarinen table and office chairs in the dining room.
Three paintings by Santa Monica-based artist Alison Van Pelt, above a Lawson-Fenning dining table. The chairs are vintage, purchased from a friend, which she then had copied.
Camouflage silkscreen print by Andy Warhol, Russel Wright pottery and Arne Jacobsen Series 7 chairs in the breakfast nook.
Oil paintings in the dining room hail from the Santa Monica flea market.
A Biedermeier sofa, one of Frank's possessions most coveted by friends, takes center stage in her living room gallery.
Antique and modern collide in the dining room, where the glass tile floor shimmers beneath the tracery of Tom Dixon's dining table.
Lacquered wood and polished stone add a formal sheen to the dining room.
A French table and cafe chairs fill the dining room.
Espley-Miller transformed 19th century English corbels into the breakfast table.
Reverse painted glass creates a luminous ambiance in the dining room.
The dining table, with its stone-inlaid lazy susan.
The philanthropist and ardent de Young Museum supporter, wearing Oscar de la Renta in her Pacific Heights dining room.