Basking in floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Central Park stands The Temple of Dendur, one of the most recognizable installations in the Metropolitan Museum and the pinnacle of the Egyptian Art collection. The haunting structure—along with neighboring gallery walls of whimsical scenes painted onto papyrus, and cases of objects dedicated to deities and religious rituals—transports onlookers to an almost unbelievable time and place. Here, we explore furnishings and accessories that nod to the installation.
Large Chester Wallpaper / Price upon request / irwinfeldstudio.com
Flow Rug in Tangerine Orange and Scarlet Red / from $495 / benirugs.com
Nero Ring / $2,800 / cvc-stones.com
Ciotola Bowl by Lavinia Borromeo for Poltrona Frau/ $420 / poltronafrau.com
Stone Candlesticks by Egg Designs / from $159 / ngalatrading.com
Twelve AM Bench by Neri & Hu / $3,150 / moltenigroup.com
Hillock Armoire / from $8,000 / skylarmorganfurniture.com