“I just love the black and gold wallpaper in the dining room,” says Bougton. “It goes well with the Biedermeier pieces and is very Napoleonic and very powerful. It’s a big aggressive Germanic pattern and statement.”  Photo 6 of 9 in Behind the Scenes: A Dystopian, Midcentury Penthouse in ‘The Man in the High Castle’

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"I just love the black-and-gold wallpaper in the dining room," says Bougton. "It goes well with the Biedermeier pieces and is very Napoleonic and very powerful. It’s a big, aggressive Germanic pattern and statement."  

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