BRIGHT START The Moroccan-inspired tile in the foyer was the starting point for artist and designer Sally Bennett’s home and life revamp.
shape shifting Sally modeled the kitchen’s graphically driven tiles after the interior design of her and husband David’s former Manhattan nightclub
Centro-Fly. She kept the open space streamlined with cabinets and an island from Ikea; stools from a restaurant she had designed and the couple had owned in Westport
Connecticut; and simple pendant lights from West Elm.
color play A small pantry off the kitchen adds a pop of color
which is repeated in the Chinese chairs from Taylor Burke Home.
and other prized pieces—like the mid-century modern chandelier in the dining area —comprise the decor.
A painting by local artist Lulie Wallace hangs in the den.
and other prized pieces—like the mid-century modern chandelier in the dining area—comprise the decor.