House Beautiful: Elegant Art and Interiors

Designer Megan Rice Yager:

The green taffeta curtains with Greek key trim display the 1-inch break that Yager swears by.

Their juxtaposition against the leopard carpet is one of her favorite moments in the house.


Piet Mondrian (Dutch, 1872–1944), Three chyrsanthemums, 1899-1900.

 Crayon and pastel, 59 x 43 cm.

Leather Scoop Chair

Neiman Marcus


Nicos Hadjikiriakos-Ghika (Greek, 1906-1994), Still Life, 1961. 

Watercolour on paper, 38 x 28 cm.

Designer Megan Rice Yager:

“I really like to create ultracozy beds for clients with beautiful linens, a perfect mix of soft and firm down pillows, and good lighting for reading.”

My sister’s @cfsparks door. We take “understatement” very seriously in our family.

Date: 1800–1820

Geography: Made in New York, New York, United States

Culture: American

Medium: Gilt gesso, pine, wire, eglomise tablet

This early nineteenth-century looking glass from New York City is surmounted by a bald eagle. The work is characterized by the Neoclassical style popular at the time, with the eagle serving as a appropriate symbol from both antiquity and Federal America.

Vincent van Gogh (Dutch, 1853-1890), Bouquet of Flowers in a Vase, 1890. 

Oil on canvas, 65.1 x 54 cm.

Architectural Digest

Designer Megan Rice Yager

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