Lufkin apartment: The main living space. Once the chapel of the New York Cancer Hospital, the living room has a 38-foot vaulted ceiling with Gothic arched windows looking out to Central Park. The original bricks walls were recovered in plaster and painted with a stencil reminiscent of an English abbey.
5 Interiors by Washington, D.C.–based Designer Darryl Carter Inc.
Carter conceived the sofas, the cocktail table is attributed to Jansen, and a Renaissance Revival armchair stands alongside an antique French daybed; the paneling is painted in a white from Carter’s line for Benjamin Moore.