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The master bedroom's charm is unmistakably Maryann, in its mix of peeling sunflower-stained plaster walls, fine porcelain lamps and the ornately painted antique doors affixed to the bedside cabinet. The doors, painted with birds and flowers, are part of a Chinese marriage tradition expressing symbolic wishes for good fortune. And the pocket doors at either side of the bed (which lead to the his-and-hers master bath) were reclaimed from a 19th century American monastery.

The master bedroom’s charm is unmistakably Maryann, in its mix of peeling sunflower-stained plaster walls, fine porcelain lamps and the ornately painted antique doors affixed to the bedside cabinet. The doors, painted with birds and flowers, are part of a Chinese marriage tradition expressing symbolic wishes for good fortune. And the pocket doors at either side of the bed (which lead to the his-and-hers master bath) were reclaimed from a 19th century American monastery.