A chenille sofa, wider than most streets in Milan, is lavished with beaver-pelt pillows dripping suede fringe and blanketed by a huge coyote throw.
A chair by Milo Baughman is covered in the same buttery suede Atwood uses for shoes and handbags.
Though he is known to obsess over shoe shapes ("I can't stand an elongated pointy toe!
") and heel heights ("Is it just me, or does four inches feel extremely low?
Nate's home is both classic and quirky, rough and refined: a corduroy couch here, a leather rhino head that was a wedding present to his parents there ("This rhino has lasted a lot longer than that marriage," he says).