This little area was so interesting and sits past the dining room on the first floor. It's hard to tell but there is a jib door on the left that leads to a powder room. I really loved the red trim that runs along the cabinetry.
I only glimpsed a little of the powder rooms which all had great printed wallpapers.
Up the stairs to the left is a small little area that sits above the horse walk which is a covered walkway that leads back to the carriage house. When I looked down it as we were leaving, it reminded me of the photos of Paris buildings that I had posted earlier. The first area is the "mudroom" where they hang coats and also the washer and dryer that are hidden by doors lined with chicken wire and antiqued mirror.
At the end of the little hallway is the little bedroom with walls upholstered in ikat from Uzbekistan. Luckily, it has a window to the front street so it feels more cozy that small.
We were all wondering where Steven had found all the art because it all worked perfectly together and not just within each room but the entire house!
Again, there was a deep built in sofa that would be perfect to curl up and read on a rainy day!
It's interesting to see the home photographed during the day because when we were there at night, it was lit with candles that made it look dark and swanky!
The library/bar area was a little jewel box room right off the living room.
The landing of the third floor has a hanging light fixture that was the talk of the party. It's hard to tell but it looked to be hung from an anchor and had dolphin motifs.
All through the house, the furniture placement is perfect such as this beautiful chair that sits next to the dresser and outside the bathroom. It's nice to have places to sit things where you need them.
I really want to thank Steven Gambrel on behalf of everyone who attended the party for inviting us into his home. It was very generous of him to open it up to a big group and I think I speak for everyone when I say that it was truly inspiring and motivating and I know we all hope to get to his level someday!