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A Jean Dubuffet painting is a dynamic backdrop for a metal-and-glass-topped table and chairs by Diego Giacometti. The torchière is 1950s Italian.
Regarding the art, there are still some issues on which the couple still agree to disagree. "He feels art speaks for itself and can be anywhere," Wexler says. "She feels that there needs to be a conversation to make sense." And even though its tough for them to let go of one piece when a new one comes in, the designer points out a distinct advantage: "It's like a vacation for your eyes," she says. "You can travel around the world without leaving home."


Wexler designed the breakfast area's table for a built-in banquette covered with Kravet fabric. The photograph that hangs above was taken by the husband: the light fixture is from the 1950s.



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