This photo shows Brandolini in her circa 1997 dining room on a red lacquer Chinese daybed, with walls covered in a fuchsia Indian block-print of her design and two Fortuny® silk sconces.
By 2006 the dining room was completely changed. There was still a daybed to recline on, but this one is 19th century French. Vintage fabrics from Turkey, Japan and China have been made into pillows and hand-embroidered Vietnamese silk lines the walls. The Fortuny sconces are still there though.
Fortuny® Lamps featured: Cesendello in silk mod 017CE-2
Image 1 1997 Muriel Bandolini townhouse photos from House & Garden October 1997, image credit: François Halard; 2 and 3 from the book New York Living by Lisa Lovatt-Smith, 1999 , 4 and 5 Elle decor image credit: Pieter Estersohn. Text credit Tokyo JinJa