BY // 08.11.15

In the dining area, another beguiling mise en scène spans centuries, mixing a grand baroque canvas with a pair of humble stools. Hall table with classical columns gleaned from a
Heights antiquarian. The allegorical painting, a 19th-century reproduction of an earlier master, was literally rescued from a trash bin. Rustic stools from Kuhl-Linscomb, while the upright chairs came from the press room at the Rice Hotel, via an estate sale. Bronze angel from a Brazilian flea market. To its right, a macumba shrine, also from Brazil, where Cusack traveled to visit her mother in the 1980s.

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