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Albany Set

A SET IN THE HISTORIC ALBANY

MASTER BEDROOM

The couple—he wears Gucci, she a Fleur du Mal kimono—with Italian greyhounds Cara and Mia in the bedroom. A 1920s African skirt is mounted at the top of the bed curtain. Ashley Hicks for Frette bed linens.

BATHROOM

Ashley’s snapshots of museum treasures turn the bath into a cabinet of curiosities. Bette tubHansgrohe fittings.

GUEST BEDROOM

The dressing room, where Donald Robertson portraits of Kata are painted onto a Globetrotter suitcase. Ashley Hicks wardrobe and carpeting.

DRAWING ROOM

The London home of newlyweds Kata and Ashley Hicks showcases the latter’s creative vision, from the living room’s hand-painted mural of Constantinople to the chain-link-motif carpeting; Ashley also made the golden table in the mirrored bedroom niche beyond and the obelisk atop it.

GUEST BEDROOM

Portraits by David Hicks, including one of cousin Queen Elizabeth II, are displayed in the dressing room; the headboard fabric is by Lee Jofa.

ENTRY HALL

Niki de Saint Phalle’s Inflatable Nana greets visitors in the cork-lined entrance hall, which is an homage to Marcel Proust.

DRAWING ROOM

The living room’s 1950s Cees Braakman chairs were gilded by Ashley and join a table of his design. The mirror, the multicolor totem sculpture, and the leather-clad ottoman are also by Ashley. SLV ceiling lights; white Iberian vase from McWhirter.

DRAWING ROOM DETAIL

On an Ashley Hicks–made console in the living room, a James Brown painting stands between two Hicks sculptures.

KITCHEN

A client’s admonition (“This is Not Versailles”) emblazons the kitchen; Ashley created the backsplash and studded the cabinets with brass nails.

BOOK SHELF

Copies of the Yellow Book, the influential 1890s periodical that was published in the couple’s apartment building, are displayed in a bookcase.

HALLWAY

The bath’s entrance is lined with a Lee Jofa wallpaper.