Fletcher's entryway features framed landscapes, an ornate little mirror and a simple wood lamp.
A vintage clock and tiny wooden boat sit atop cigar boxes.
A well stocked library and the hint of a leather club chair.
Fletcher's grandmother shares some of his childhood relics with a curious Ros.
The covered porch with casual drapes and vintage rattan furniture.
Fletcher's kitchen is grounded by a solid oval table.
Above the sink, a light strip highlights a collection of colorful milkglass coffee cups. Vintage postcards of his city serve as a back splash.
Glass canisters are at home with a large white pitcher and primitive wooden bowl in Fletcher's kitchen.
Rosalyn's dining room is painted sunflower yellow and features a Scandinavian table and chairs and black and white art. It seems to be the least visited room in her apartment.
Contemporary art purchased for her by a suitor sits temporarily on her desk.
The view from her kitchen: a blue enamel fridge and asymmetrical frames hold paint-by-numbers paintings.
A feminine living room is joined by a heavy tree chunk that serves as her stress-relieving dart board.
The following items from the current marketplace share some of the spirit of the inspiration pieces in Fletcher's home.
A library ladder from Farnsworth on 1stdibs. A clock I currently have for sale at West End Garage. A rococo-style mirror from The Aviary and a leather club chair from Loftgoods.
Apothecary jars from Time for Treasures.
Milkglass coffee mugs from Modish Vintage.
And a handful of pieces that are inspired by Rosalyn's digs:
Hans Wegner wishbone chairs from Danish Design Store.
A paint by numbers sailboat painting from Sweet Love Vintage.