Nico, the current house Pekingese, relaxes on the linen cushion of an Oly Studio occasional chair. The antique daybed serves as a sofa while preserving the view. It is also used as seating for dinners at the table, left. Walls appear golden, but Raso calls them khaki with a creamy yellow.
“I brought the office home during the recession,” says interior designer Paula Devon Raso. “It’s in the bedroom. And the bedroom came out here. It took quite a bit of juggling around.” And judging by the surroundings, Raso is quite an accomplished juggler.
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