During her twenties, Nancy Huang lived with her husband in a large apartment on Park Avenue. They employed Vincent Fourcade to decorate their flat, and Nancy Huang readily admits that he has been an important influence on her own style of decorating. She says that her style is less â€˜polishedâ€™ than his, but they have the 1-3 The dining-room has two groupings of table and chairs. The circular table is partnered by Chippendale-style chairs a la Brighton Pavilion (of which Nancy Huang is a great fan). The second table, by Jane Millett, has a lop painted to look like scagliola. Here, seating is provided by a banquette and nineteenth-century chairs. The theme of the paintings is dogs, seen also on page 84. same enthusiasm for decorative trimmings and rich textiles. Another influence – and friend – was the London interior-decorator-cum-antique-dealer, Geoffrey Bennison, from whom she bought many pieces of furniture.