John Barman outfitted the combined library and game room of a house in Roxbury, Connecticut, with vintage Scandinavian teak chairs, re-covered in wool melton, and a custom wool rug. Photo by Eric Laignel.
In the den, chairs by Pierre Paulin, ottomans by Enrico Baleri and Denis Santachiara, and a custom sofa surround a vintage walnut table. The oil pantings flanking the TV are by Eric Zener. Photo by Eric Laignel.
Barman’s personal and professional partner, Kelly Graham, painted the acrylic on canvas to the left of the doorway between the mudroom and the billiard room; the acrylic on canvas is by Rubén Torres Llorca. Photo by Eric Laignel.
French 1950’s factory pendant fixtures, with their original paint, set the tone for the living room. It’s furnished with pairs of Hans Wegner lounge chairs and footstools, custom sofas upholstered in all-weather fabric, and walnut armchairs with leather-cord backs. Photo by Eric Laignel.