Living room walls painted in Farrow & Ball's Tanner's Brown — with trim in Benjamin Moore's White Dove — set off an eclectic art collection and a classic Bridgewater sofa, covered in Josef Frank's Windows.
A vintage Barcelona daybed by Mies van der Rohe becomes an all-purpose piece — seating and table — in the living room. More options for seating are provided by Josef Frank's Thebes stool and a Biedermeier sofa covered in Keble by Kirkby Design.
The designer makes himself at home in an Arne Jacobsen Egg chair.
David Hicks designed the Vase wallpaper, from Clarence House, used in the entrance hall. "It's visually arresting from the moment you walk in," Philip Gorrivan says.
The client's collection of Swedish furniture inspired the dining room's color scheme. Chairs upholstered in Kravet's Bonne Fontaine stripe and Highland Court's Cosimo. Chiavi Segrete wallpaper by Piero Fornasetti for Cole & Son. Antler chandelier by Roll and Hill. Trim in Benjamin Moore's Light Pewter.
"A long, dull hallway to the master bedroom came alive as soon as we added some pattern," Gorrivan says. Belfour wallpaper from Holland & Sherry. A picture rail holds an ever-changing photography collection.
A small-scale wallpaper — Farrow & Ball's Renaissance Leaves — makes the large master bedroom feel more intimate. Bed from Country Swedish. Bedding, Deborah Sharpe Linens. A 19th-century Swedish bergère is upholstered in Ticking from Rogers & Goffigon. Roman shades in Kinva by John Robshaw for Duralee.
In a room d by the two youngest boys, Woods wallpaper from Cole & Son is the next best thing to sleeping outdoors. A 19th-century Swedish bed is paired with bright Marimekko linens.
Toys are tucked away in an antique Swedish cabinet.
"We started with Fornasetti's Nuvolette wallpaper in a son's room, and that took us in this moody direction," Gorrivan says. Matouk linens on Savoir beds.
Headboards and shades in de Le Cuona's Desert Cloth linen. Trim in Benjamin Moore's White Dove.
The kids like to hang out in Dedon's Nestrest.