Here in the bedroom, she’s created what feels like a family room that has grown into itself over the course of generations. She designed her salon area opposite the bed (not shown here) with a chaise she found on Etsy, then sourced the cushions locally and covered them with Duralee fabric. The mid-century chair was found in Brooklyn, and Roeder reupholstered the bench, which she found on Craigslist and now uses as a coffee table. The area rug is one of her Morocco finds, and the animal pictures on the salon wall were bought in India. The painting over the mantle is by a Greenpoint-based artist, Michael Sherman.