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Byline: Photographed by Douglas Friedman. JANE KELTNER
Ruffian's Brian Wolk and Claude Morais set the stage for books, beauty, and a fireside fete in Lila Ghosh's Brooklyn room with a view.
Macaroons may seem like an unlikely source of inspiration for a bedroom, but in the case of sixteen-year-old Lila Ghosh, it was a gold-trimmed box from Paris's decadent patisserie Laduree that, buried in the rubble of her cramped former room, set Ruffian designers Brian Wolk's and Claude Morais's imaginations on fire. "We loved that she's a Francophile," says Morais. "She's well-traveled and well-read," adds Wolk. "We wanted her space to reflect all the diverse, …