Delighted by a pair of cement French garden statuaries she took out of storage, interior designer Kate McCusker of Theodore & Company got the yen to redecorate her Beacon Street office. The office, being rather small, made Parisian decor the obvious choice. First, she repainted the walls the gray of weathered French stone. Then she appropriated her mom’s Louis XVI-style sofa, upholstered in a now out-of-print Stroheim & Romann floral toile. Next, she unearthed an extra bolt of the fabric and had one floor-to-ceiling curtain panel made. She swapped her desk for her late stepfather’s metal campaign desk and brought in a turn-of-the-last-century French balloon-back chair reupholstered in bubble-gum pink leather. A framed photograph of Paris plucked from the walls of her own apartment supplied the finishing touch.