The firm Ingrao Inc. devised sumptuous interiors for the Manhattan apartment owned by jewelry designer Kara Ross and her husband, real-estate developer Stephen Ross.
The living room features Maria Pergay sconces and Philippe Hiquily side tables, all vintage pieces from Galerie Yves Gastou, as well as a 1920s French lacquer cocktail table, a Jean-Michel Frank–style sectional sofa by Jonas, and a circa-1950 Edward Wormley slipper chair from Duane Modern. The tabletop sculpture at far left is by Martin Megna.
Breathtaking city views unfold across the living room's floor-to-ceiling windows, which are curtained in an Armani/Casa fabric. The 1940s French mahogany floor lamps are from L'Art de Vivre, the papier-mâché sculpture of birch tree trunks is by Kim Krans, and the carpet is by Edward Fields.
A handblown-glass-and-bronze chandelier designed by Randy Kemper and created by Megna Glass hangs above the dining room's 1960s French table, which is surrounded by Jonas chairs in a Holland & Sherry fabric; the ceiling is clad in a Roger Arlington paper, the sconce is by Hervé Van der Straeten, and the rug is by Edward Fields.
The kitchen has a Poliform island, hood, and cabinetry, as well as a Miele cooktop and a Jeff Koons Puppy vase.
The family room features Art Deco side chairs and an ebony table.
In the master bedroom, '60s Lucite lamps from John Salibello stand atop custom-made John Boone night tables flanking the bespoke bed, which was fabricated by Jonas and upholstered in an Edelman leather; the bed linens are from Stella, the embroidered throw pillows are by Holland & Sherry, a Rose Tarlow Melrose House leather clads the Hervé Van der Straeten bench from Ralph Pucci International, and the carpet is by Edward Fields.