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Af­ter set­ting a pol­ished stage, the duo filled the home with fur­nish­ings that drew from their own cre­ative skills as well as the tal­ents of their in­ner cir­cle. For starters, Cruise, the founder and prin­ci­pal de­signer be­hind cus­tom fur­ni­ture com­pany Corbin Cruise, crafted a hand­ful of prac­ti­cal pieces—steel shelves in the din­ing room and stor­age benches in the den—to stream­line the space with func­tion­al­ity. Next, Sin­clair con­trib­uted a few of her own paint­ings as well as beloved works by close friends such as Sally King Bene­dict, Paul Wack­ers, and Kather­ine March Driscoll. Lastly, the pair mixed in a plethora of eclec­tic prints and tex­tiles they’d found through­out their global trav­els to per­son­al­ize the place with mean­ing­ful me­men­tos. “We really pushed our­selves in new di­rec­tions,” Sin­clair says of work­ing with Cruise. “He opened my eyes to the im­por­tance of find­ing a bal­ance in color, fur­ni­ture, and life.”

The Ser­ena & Lily bam­boo bar cart show­cases the couple’s col­lec­tion of in­ter­na­tional keep­sakes.

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LIGHT 5 Stick Pick Up Hor­i­zon­tal,

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