"My personal taste definitely leans toward traditional, but I love how things like artist-made furniture can make you look with new eyes at antique pieces in a room," says Keith Johnson of the home he shares with his husband, Glen Senk. It's a sentiment that can be seen everywhere, contemporary art and artisanal handiwork mingling with traditional furniture and architecture. His aesthetic is most likely inspired by many years of world travel/antique-hunting (Keith was buyer-at-large for Anthropologie) – super eclectic, surprisingly whimsical, with the occasional moment of glamour.
Glen, Keith, and yummy high-gloss aubergine in the library
The dining room's wall mural is by local art students and the Murano glass chandelier is by Japanese artist Yuichi Higashionna
Images: Harper's Bazaar