Ollivier and Gladys Chenel, pictured at Galerie Chenel, their antiquities gallery on the Right Bank. Ollivier is a third-generation antiques dealer, and the lineage may continue; the couple's teenage son, Theophile, has already started rooting around flea markets. In Ollivier and Gladys Chenel’s Paris apartment there is a 17th-century marble console, on which a series of objects have been carefully arranged: a second-century marble head, the fragment of a column from an ancient Roman monument, a ceramic dove by Pablo Picasso and a photograph of the Mediterranean coast taken from inside Adalberto Libera’s iconic Villa Malaparte by François Halard. It’s a neat cross-section of the eclectic mix of art, objects and antiquities that fill the couple’s home in the This story is from Kinfolk Issue Forty-Five Buy Now Related Stories Interiors Issue 44 Home Tour: Gergei Erdei Inside the London apartment uniting Greek mythology, medieval iconography and 1970s glamour. Interiors Issue 43 Home Tour: Rose Uniacke An elegant palazzo—in Pimlico. Design Interiors Issue 41 Home Tour: Patricia Reid Baquero Cloistered behind ancient walls and crammed with a catalog of curios, an interior designer’s Santo Domingo home is an autobiography writ from ruins. Fashion Interiors Issue 40 Home Tour: Lucinda Chambers Inside the west London townhouse at the heart of the British fashion establishment. Interiors Issue 38 Home Tour: Arcosanti Sci-fi lair, Mediterranean village, utopian ecosystem: Tim Hornyak peers inside Arizona’s experimental desert community. Design Interiors Issue 31 Home Tour: E-1027 Inside the French Riviera villa that Eileen Gray built, Le Corbusier “vandalized”—and history almost forgot.