The home that Papachristidis radically transformed
The home that Papachristidis radically transformed for her
is imbued with significance for them both: She has lived there since her 20s, the last 10 years or so with her second husband,
and the gracious building is just blocks from where,
as teenagers, she and the nascent designer snuck into such hot spots as Dorrian’s Red Hand and gossiped over hamburgers at Jackson Hole,
still an important hangout for private-schoolers.
In the dining room, the custom tables are by Paul M.
Jones, the vintage Peter Hvidt chairs are in a Larsen linen-cotton blend,
and the silver leaf–and–rock crystal chandelier is from Liz O’Brien; the curtains are of a Holland & Sherry fabric with Samuel & Sons trim,
and the walls are painted in Benjamin Moore’s Cumulus Cloud.
A pair of Jeff Koons Puppy vases rests on the custom mantel below an Anish Kapoor Purple Mirror wall sculpture;
the fireplace is framed by Rudolf Stingel artworks.
Swathed in shades of white, with sculptural furniture by some of the most rarefied design talents of the 20th century—and embellished with strong gold and silver touches that catch the light flooding through picture windows—the apartment is a dazzling locus for the couple’s art collection. รับออกแบบบ้าน