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In a villa in San José del Cabo, Mexico, the master bedroom's four-poster bed is set against tin doors that open onto the adjacent bath. The trunk is a Spanish antique, and the rug is abaca.
ARCHITECT: Stephen Morgan Architect
DESIGNER: Marshall Watson Interiors
PHOTOGRAPHER: Pieter Estersohn
HOMEOWNER: Michelle Pitcher
LOCATION: San José del Cabo, Mexico
The Peacock bedroom in George Cooper's Sri Lankan compound features an ebony canopy bed that's draped in mosquito netting. The bedside table, the colonial desk chair, and the bench are also ebony. To the fore of the window seat are a Chinese chest and two teak tub chairs.
ARCHITECT: Bruce Fell-Smith
DESIGNER: George Cooper
PHOTOGRAPHER: Erhard Pfeiffer
HOME OWNER: George Cooper
LOCATION: Sri Lanka
The master suite at Will and Jada Pinkett Smith's California home includes a custom-made bed with a draped canopy of brass ball chains, as well as lounge chairs upholstered in an Old World Weavers cotton with matching chain fringe. The repoussé drum stool is by Robert Kuo; the hand-knotted-silk area rug, designed by the home's decorator, Judith Lance, was made by Tai Ping.
ARCHITECT: Stephen Samuelson
DESIGNER: Judith Lance
PHOTOGRAPHER: Roger Davies
HOME OWNER: Will and Jada Pinkett Smith
LOCATION: Calabasas, California
The guest room of a residence on the Kenyan island of Lamu.
DESIGNER: E. Claudio Modola
PHOTOGRAPHER: Tim Beddow
HOMEOWNER: Robert and Domitilla Peugeot
ARTICLE: Swahili Time, August 2010
LOCATION: Lamu, Kenya
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