Living Room
Graves designed the low wooden shutters to give the couple privacy, while also letting in light. Le-Le the corgi guards a Sheraton sofa and one of the living room's two fireplaces, stripped to its pumpkin pine.

Sitting Area
In a corner of the living room, rows of prints and a lavishly upholstered chaise shout "more is more." Restoring the 19th-century camera entailed tracking down a lens in Houston and a bellows in England.

In the library, vibrant color and dentil molding — not to mention antelope horns — give basic bookcases a jolt.

Red Kitchen
The couple searched for their vintage appliances online. "That fridge is more energy efficient than a new one," Graves swears of their 1930s model. Scalloped molding gives these shelves sweet-shop appeal.

Blue Room
In front of a huge Robert Rauschenberg print, an Empire-style chair and settee flank a plastic Philippe Starck stool from Target.