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A Chat with's Michael Bruno

This weekend, the Wall Street Journal sits down with furnishings aficionado and founder Michael Bruno. Things on Bruno's fairly astounding taste matrix: "Fun," artist Christ Caccamise's three-dimensional word sculpture; a 1963 convertible Mercedes; 1940s René Boivin cufflinks; a 1940s Jansen round table; bunking up at the Four Seasons (everywhere) and La Valencia Hotel in La Jolla, Calif.; the Château de Chantilly in France, a decorative-arts museum and the world's largest one-bedroom home; and the art galleries on Paris's left bank. [WSJ]