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Waggoner needlepointed the upholstery on her grandmother’s chair. Milton Avery’s artist proof Rothko with Pipe, 1936.
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Hot enough for you? Waterworks glass tile and Jane Waggoner-designed metalwork fabricated by Shortell Brothers encircle the fireplace. Screen sourced in Santa Fe. Vintage tools. David Bates’ charcoal on paper, Untitled (date unknown), from Eugene Binder Gallery. Self-portrait by Madeline Waggoner, age 10. Sisal rug from West Elm, customized by Waggoner.
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Hand-printed wallpaper by artist Joanna Rock in the kitchen. Waggoner designed the tile backsplash. Leucos Sarasar S beaded light fixture.
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Inspiration on the wall next to Waggoner’s desk.
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Jane Waggoner makes herself at home. HBF sofa. Waggoner-designed bookcase, fabricated by F. is for Frank studio. John Dickinson side tables from David Sutherland Showroom. Lamp from Allan Knight. Pillows made from fabric by Designer’s Walk and Galbraith & Paul.
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Metal bed designed by Brooklyn artist Chris Bundy. Photographs above bed by Emanuel Volakis. Mirrored bedside tables from Ceylon et Cie. Linens from Hable Construction. Klippan throw. Kuba-cloth and velvet-heart pillows made from antique remnants. Sabira Collection linen pillow from Allan Knight. Dragon pillow and needlepoint rug by Waggoner.
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French farm table with trestle base from The Whimsey Shoppe. The chairs were found at First Monday in Canton. Chinese cabinet from Allan Knight. Asian prints and hand-carved gold-leaf mirror from her grandmother, circa 1933. Artwork by Neil Lawley. Rug from Jane Waggoner Fine Carpets.
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Hair-on-hide boxes from Stacy Hyde. The kneeling sculpture was a gift. The hand-carved gold-leaf mirror, circa 1933, belonged to Waggoner’s grandmother.
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White antler lamp and bedside table from Ceylon et Cie.
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