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oes beauty matter? I recently listened as a designerfriend reflected on the perception by many that decorative pursuits can feel like a frivolous concern. Certainly practical matters of daily life—the commute
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I would encourage, however, that each of us make time to thoughtfully observe and pursue beauty, art and design in earnest, and tend to it often. Beauty, as expressed through architecture and design, has a profound impact on our consciousness. Structures and façades, space planning, landscaping, interiors, furniture, lighting, and art offer up a daily dose of inspiration, inciting emotions and reactions: delight and
Far from being flippant, beauty is an expression of creativity that grounds us.
awe, uneasiness and disquiet, serenity, wonderment, and reflection. Beauty lurks everywhere: in the minutiae of a peony petal and in the grand force of Frank Gehry’s DZ Bank in Berlin, which I stood in awe of earlier this year. Far from being flippant, beauty is an expression of creativity that grounds us. We should care deeply about the placement of a chair, the color of a wall, the pattern repeat of a textile. Pay attention, readers. Beauty matters.
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summer. Welcome to the Summer 2013 edition of Luxe Interiors + Design; our tenth issue in the New York market, and our largest one yet. Another first this summer was our partnership with artMRKT Hamptons as the official media and design sponsor for this mid-July event. We’re also partnering with artMRKT for events that will be held in Houston, Miami and San Francisco. This spring was quite busy in Manhattan, where we engaged the design community at a panel on custom rug design at Doris Leslie Blau, hosted a block party to kick of the D&D Building’s Spring Market, and held an event with Boffi in their SoHo showroom to celebrate the opening night of the International Contemporary Furniture Fair. We wrapped up the season by commemorating Ligne Roset’s 40th anniversary and toasting designer Cindy Rinfret at her book signing in Greenwich. After so many exciting celebrations, it’s important to take time to slow down this summer. I plan on planting my annual vegetable garden with my youngest son and am also looking forward to getting settled into our new offices with our Luxe team and working together on fun initiatives for the upcoming year. By September I hope to be able to enjoy the fruits of my summer labor, both at home and at work, and I hope you are able to do the same. Wishing you a relaxing and fruitful summer.
OUT AND ABOUT WITH LUXE This season we celebrated Spring Market at the D&D Building, Cindy Rinfret’s new book and Ligne Roset’s 40th anniversary. View more of these event images online at facebook.com/luxemagazine.
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MUST-HAVES: NEW YORK 1. Monumental 6-foot starburst ceiling fixture with 33 vintage white-milk glass shades emanating from a central orb. Priced at $55,000. WYETHome.com 2. Developed in Germany by Hafele, this lighting provides energy efficiency and extended fixture life, enhancing the look and function of transFORM’s cabinetry. transFORM incorporates LED lighting into their products. transformhome.com 3. For the most relaxing night’s sleep possible, experience the comfort of a DUX® Bed. Handcrafted by European artisans from the finest materials, DUX is the world’s most desired bed. duxiana.com 4. Artfully conceived, dp studio’s hand-carved, Vine Shadow Laptop Console© from its Between-the-Lines Collection© features a drop-down apron and sliding drawer by day; at night it converts to a console. Available in solid maple in assorted aniline dyes. dpstudiousa.com
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PRACTICALITY MEETS BEAUTY IN THIS UNIQUE MIX OF ART AND FURNISHINGS.
MUST-HAVES: NEW YORK 1. From Paula McDonald Design Build: the cover that hides air conditioners and radiators in any style for Manhattan living. Shown with modern flat edges, stone top and custom grill. pmddllc.com 2. A hybrid of light and sculpture, the Nun (original design 1927), is beautifully handcrafted of wood and genuine alabaster. View the Pierre Chareau collection, including sconces and chandeliers. Made in the USA. editionmodern.com 3. New York artist Eric Blum turns layers of silk, ink and beeswax into exquisite paintings with deep, rich palettes, dreamy imagery and sensual surfaces. Glimmer Alert, measures 79”W x 52”H. markelfinearts.com 4. Designed by Maurice Bailey for Monteverdi-Young, this magnificent 10-foot sofa tufted in Naugahyde was designed for Dr. Julius Griffin in the 1960s. Measures 120”W x 32½”D x 25”H. Priced at $24,500. 310.652.6045 5. Enhance your table while keeping your wine chilled for up to four hours with the Lux Fine Wine Chiller. Simply freeze and insert your finest bottle. Made of hammered polished stainless steel. ger-ami.com
DAY BOATS, BRIGHT WHITES AND DECK CHAIRS: EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO ENJOY SUMMER IN SUPREME STYLE CAN BE FOUND IN THIS ASSEMBLAGE OF MUST-HAVES.
MUST-HAVES:HAMPTONS 1. The design of this sleek Italian headturner is uncompromising. Engineered for speed and grace, the Absolute 40STL is a thrilling and expansive day boat, spaciously appointed with luxurious cruiser comforts. Price upon request. strongsmarine.com 2. Since 1995, Todd Hase has been offering his namesake collection of home furnishings to the design client. His newest showroom in Southampton features in-stock and custom-order upholstery, tables, lighting, accessories and French antiques. toddhase.com 3. Nico Yektai presents Bench #5 from Series #2 in sapele, cast concrete and stainless steel. Bench #5 can be made for indoor or outdoor use. Priced at $5,400. nicoyektai.com 4. Relax by your pool or on the beach in colorful style. An array of patterns and color combinations adorn Custom Coolâ€™s newest Deck Chair Collection. Available in 10 different patterns for $280 each. Add a deck chair pillow for $40. Available at the Quogue and Sag Harbor Custom Cool shop locations. customcoolrugs.com 5. The Donato Sofa is a timeless mix of contemporary and comfort. Made in the USA, this California-style sofa is both warm and modern, making it an exquisite addition to any home. rumrunnerhome.com
SEA-INSPIRED JEWELS, PLUSH PILLOWS AND METICULOUSLY CRAFTED FURNISHINGS PLACE THIS COLLECTION OF DESIGNS IN A CATEGORY OF ITS OWN.
1. This ocean-inspired pin features a white coral branch, carved Iolite fish with diamond eyes, carved jade and pave pink sapphire leaves and pink tourmaline. Silver mabe pearl button earring complement the pin beautifully. Available at Sorab & Roshi. Pin priced at $16,000. Earrings priced at $8,000. sorabandroshi.com 2. An inspired take on a traditional lattice design, this suede pillow with laser-cut, calf-hair overlay is a great transitional piece to use throughout summer. Find the Lattice Filagree Slate Pillow at Rinfret Home & Garden. Priced at $405. rinfrethomeandgarden.com 3. Handcrafted in North Carolina, the hourglass ottoman is a timeless shape offered in an updated velvet fabric. Perfect for any home, the polished nickel nailhead detail adds the finishing touch. COM available. Priced at $1,100, from The Summer House. 203.594.9550
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COASTAL CHIC Dynamic shapes and strong lines unite to present Foreside Home and Garden’s latest selection of outdoor furniture and accents. Originally established in the early 1990s by husband-and-wife team Claire and Mark Woodsum, the brand continues to evoke a charming coastal aesthetic by virtue of a mixed palette of materials and textures. Featured here, the recently introduced Market display table imbues a classic industrial style that functions as a unique addition to any outdoor setting. foresidehomeandgarden.com
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This Long Island abode’s coastal position led New York-based landscape architect Edmund Hollander to craft a maritime-inspired scheme for its front entryway. “The overarching plan is a blend of the site’s natural environment of water, breezes and swaying grasses married with the home’s traditional Shingle-style aesthetic,” says Hollander. To orchestrate this distinctive combination, Hollander elected to conceive a water feature outlined in natural bluestone, enveloped by a lush plant palette of Japanese forest grass and fargesia bamboo. “The outcome is fully aligned with my design mantra, as it was born from the site’s specific attributes and influenced by the home’s contrasting architectural elements.” hollanderdesign.com
The overarching plan is a blend of the site’s natural environment of water, breezes and swaying grasses married with the home’s traditional Shingle-style aesthetic.
– EDMUND HOL L ANDER , EDMUND HOL L ANDER L ANDSCA PE A R CHITECTS
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A brilliant pool of materials and an enduring emphasis on functionality provided the foundation for landscape designer Philip Roche’s elegantly appointed layout of this Tribeca rooftop space. To create the scenic retreat, Roche incorporated a generous assortment of limelight hydrangeas and English ivy, which blankets the walls of the terrace. “I arranged the foliage in a repetitive nature to cultivate an element of cohesion,” notes Roche, who also chose to entertain a sophisticated set of McKinnon and Harris furnishings to infuse this sky-high sanctuary with a consummate dose of glamour. plantspecialists.com
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EXOTIC REVAMP Midtown’s Hudson hotel reveals a novel outdoor dining experience with its recent launch of Tequila Park. Formerly Private Park, the newly revived taquería and tequila bar infuses the iconic Philippe Starck-designed property with a Mexican éclat. “We endeavored to conjure the feeling of discovering a private garden in the midst of a high-rise concrete backdrop,” notes Verena Haller, who helms the hotel’s in-house design team. Affording a tantalizing menu of dishes from Executive Chef Steve Peterson as well as an innovative register of cocktails curated by resident mixologist Julio Torres, the tony locale presents a striking display of Aztec-inspired décor and a rich tapestry of tropical foliage to help set the mood, which is heightened by acoustic guitar performances on select evenings. tequilaparkny.com
Since its 2001 launch, Hive—co-founded by Philippinesbased product visionary Kenneth Cobonpue—has been offering a choice selection of outdoor furnishings and décor from an exclusive register of artists. Of particular note is the Kai lantern, shown, a delicately shaped fixture inspired by the simplicity of a bamboo roll-up screen. Composed of a multilayered shade oriented in an abstract pattern, Kai manifests an alluring glow that is heightened when flanked by additional fixtures. designbyhive.com
Seasoned landscape architect Janice Parker, of Janice Parker Landscape Design, reflects on the importance of inventive design elements and project diversity.
What is your favorite outdoor public space? I adore the Wave Hill public garden, not only for its gorgeous location, which overlooks the Hudson River, but also for its fresh designs within a traditional setting.
Barbara Barry’s premier collection of outdoor furnishings for McGuire expands this season with 15 new stunning pieces. Inspired by understated simplicity, classic design and strength of material, the chic set—which Barry designated Bowmont for a tree-lined street in Beverly Hills—includes 20 lounge and dining items in powder-coated aluminum and woven resin and two ceramic accent pieces. Shown here, the Plateau lounge chair and coordinating ottoman are bestowed with sophisticated silhouettes that add the perfect dose of drama to any backyard environ. mcguirefurniture.com
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Do you have a design mantra? Everything matters. It’s not just the details but the energy of the whole.
Is there anything in particular that you are working on right now? I’m thrilled to be working on a wide array of projects, from historic 100-year-old landscape renovations to custom green roof designs.
What is your favorite material to design with? I’m drawn to plant materials such as evergreens and perennials with deep inky tones, as they infuse a landscape with shimmer and texture.
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According to Kathryn Herman, a property’s landscape design should function as a direct reaction to its architectural conventions. For the layout of this Tudorstyle compound’s sprawling grounds, the Greenwich-based landscape architect was inclined to devise an English-inspired garden. To complement the home’s elegant façade, Herman chose to break up the landscape by virtue of several compelling focal points—two of which include the featured gardens, which display a vibrant selection of layered perennials and a carefully configured assemblage of boxwood hedges. dhda.com
Influenced by the charming courtyards and artisanal details he saw on a recent visit to central Italy, Annandale, New Jerseybased landscape designer Anthony Berardo envisioned a Tuscany-inspired backyard area when orchestrating the exterior layout of this Mendham, New Jersey residence. “The transition from the home to the landscape is a calculated process,” notes Berardo, who engaged a distinctive design featuring decorative accents such as “textural Boston ivy enveloping the patio walls and lush fescue grass separated by locally quarried granite.” crossriverdesign.com
garden luxury This season, Michael Taylor Designs introduces Arcadia, a posh array of outdoor furnishings envisioned by designers Andrew Fisher and Jeffry Weisman. Garnering inspiration from nature, Fisher and Weisman outfitted the featured lounge chair with organically shaped legs accented by hollyhock leaves. “The collection speaks to the garden setting it was designed to enhance,” notes Fisher, who adds that the generous scale and sumptuous cushioning were necessary in order to ensure an elevated level of comfort. michaeltaylordesigns.com
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VERTICAL THINKING Debbie Kotalic visits Worth Avenue often. But, she’s not in Palm Beach to admire the fashion-centric vitrines. There’s a much more visually stimulating display that inspires passersby to stop, shoot a pic on their iPhone, and ponder the site of an 840-square-foot vertical garden. “It’s a very tight abstract that both counters and complements the avenue’s sprawling bougainvillea and breezy palm trees,” Kotalic says. “Everyone sees something different. It’s similar to when people look at the same cloud. What they envision isn’t necessarily the same.” A landscape designer for green wall specialists GSky Plant Systems, Kotalic is intimately familiar with every aspect of this wall. After all, she devised it, and even included a hidden optical illusion within its leafy façade. “I’ll give you a hint...it’s very Palm Beach,” teases Kotalic, who collaborated with the Garden Club of Palm Beach and landscape architecture firm Sanchez & Maddux. Behind its allure lies an intricate network of irrigation and maintenance systems that ensures the installation retains its wonder. As for the Rorschach-inspired camouflage, further gaze reveals (at least to us) a wind-bent palm tree, swaying fronds and all.
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MAGNATE O F TA S T E THE VISIONARY PRESIDENT OF RALPH PUCCI INTERNATIONAL DISCUSSES THE INSPIRATIONAL POWER OF ART, THE BEAUTY FOUND IN IMPERFECTIONS AND THE NEXT BIG THING. WHEN I JOINED THE family mannequin business in 1976, all the other companies were doing very ladylike and elegant mannequins. So we sprayed ours out in high-gloss colors. We went where someone else wasn’t, and that became the design philosophy of Pucci from there on out. I LOOK FOR PIECES
that are unique, simple, timeless and, most importantly, that have soul. I don’t look for furniture that’s been mass-produced; I look for special pieces that have been touched by a great artisan and a creative mind. FINISHES ARE REALLY
Clockwise from top: Ralph Pucci in his eponymous New York showroom; glass vessels by Lianne Gold; day-glow Motion mannequins; a scene from Einstein on the Beach at BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music); a Pucci table hand-painted by Ruben Toledo; an Hervé Van der Straeten console at the New York showroom.
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breathing room. I am always inspired by sculpture, and when you go to a sculpture opening, there’s room to walk around the pieces. MUSIC IS KEY for me. For our Hervé Van der Straeten show in New York, we chose Billie Holiday and Count Basie. For Ruben Toledo in Los Angeles, we had a little fun and played early Marvin Gaye and Al Green. Music is the exclamation point to the mood we’re trying to create. I’VE BEEN WORKING with Vicente
Wolf as my interior designer for many years. My house is a little more conventional than the showrooms, but “less is more” is a theme at Pucci, and it’s a theme in my home. THE LAST THREE designers I’ve
important. I don’t like anything too slick. I like the leather of a Jim Zivic piece because it has flaws in it. I like the cracks in a Chris Lehrecke pedestal. I like imperfections. I think they’re quite beautiful.
chosen to represent are not household names—artisan Fran Taubman, lighting designer Ted Abramczyk and glass artist Lianne Gold. But all three are very original, and we’re trying to pioneer people who have something really unique to say.
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I’VE BEEN VERY impressed with the spirit of Miami’s Wynwood Arts District, and we’re going to open a new showroom there. Most people my age are thinking about retiring, but I’m thinking about opening in Miami.
going to galleries. I also visit museums and try to keep up with live performances. Last summer, I saw Robert Wilson’s Einstein on the Beach, and that opera generated a million different ideas for how to present things.
PORTRAIT: JONATHAN BECKERMAN. TABLE & SHOWROOM PHOTOS: ANTOINE BOOTZ. MANNEQUINS PHOTO: CHRIS FORTUNA. VESSELS PHOTO: COURTESY RALPH PUCCI INTERNATIONAL. OPERA PHOTO: STEPHANIE BERGER/COURTESY OF BAM (BROOKLYN ACADEMY OF MUSIC).
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Ridge nesting bowl set, shown in Gold, J Schatz, $780; jschatz.com
AIR APPARENT JUST IN TIME FOR SUMMER, THESE STYLISH AL FRESCO ACCENTS ARE FRESHENING UP THE GREAT OUTDOORS.
Chiquita Sunshine outdoor pillow with fringe and Charity Gingko pillow, Frontgate, price available upon request; frontgate.com
Accessory trays, Richard Frinier Collection for Brown Jordan, priced from $450; brownjordan.com
Expressions planter, Weatherend Estate Furniture, price available upon request; weatherend.com
Classic Wood Market umbrellas, Pavilion Furniture, priced from $1,787; pavilion-furniture.com
Modular lounge chair with teak base, Riveli Collection, Giati, price available upon request; giati.com
Little Harbor light fixture, Troy Lighting, $687; troy-lighting.com
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TAKEAWAY QUOTES FROM SOME OF THIS SUMMER’S BEST DESIGN READS.
“PALLADIO USE D T HE P R O P O RTI O NS OF T HE H UM A N B O D Y T O INSPIRE T HE S CA L E O F RO OMS. THAT MAY BE ONE REASON W HY W E F EEL S O G O O D IN HIS H O U S E S . ”
“O UR HOMES ARE F OR C R EATI NG M EM O R I ES . IT SHOUL D INC L UD E P HOT OG R A PH S A N D COLLE CT IO NS O F PL AC ES YOU HAV E BEEN— T HE O D D S A ND END S OF L IF E’ S J O U R N E Y S . ”
“MIX HIG H AND LOW, AND C L A S S I C S WI TH ETH NI C P I EC ES . BUY H ER I TA G E B RA N D S INST EAD O F T HE COPIES. EM B R A C E C O L O R . AND NEV ER W EAR C HEAP SHO E S . ”
“I HO LD IN HIGH R EG A R D T HOSE W HO POND ER T HE I D I O S YNC R A S I ES OF L I V I N G LIFE IN A UNIQU E, MEANINGF UL AND D EL I B ER ATE MANNER. ”
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feminine floral chinoiserie and fretwork paired with snakeskin and ’60s geometrics.
emerald cocktail ring I inherited from my mother.
LA: JF Chen is number one for antique and vintage furnishings. New York: Score hard-to-find porcelain at Bardith. Creel and Gow is a no-brainer for unbelievable minerals, fossils and taxidermy. Palm Beach: House of Lavande’s vintage jewelry is to-die-for. Lori Jayne Monogramming & More mean “more” when they say it. Who doesn’t love Circa Who for antiques? A WELL-DESIGNED ROOM SHOULD HAVE: One really
good antique or vintage collectible; something large enough to notice like a console or bookcase. FEMALE DECORATOR MUSES: Nancy Lancaster and
Madeleine Castaing. Syrie Maugham had a cool thing going on, too. SUMMER WARDROBE STAPLES: I’m spending most
of my summer in Cape Cod, so am pulling out my Irving & Fine embroidered blouses and linen coats, and a pair of eyelet pants I bought in Capri about 900 years ago. I never tire of them.
FAVORITE FASHION DESIGNERS: Christian
Lacroix for textiles, the simplicity of Bill Blass, the structural femininity of Balenciaga’s draping, and Dior’s New Look. CAN’T LIVE WITHOUT…
French chairs, Yves Saint Laurent’s Rive Gauche, lipstick, a space to truly call my own and lock the door, and a cocktail here and there. GUILTY PLEASURE: The
Santa Palm Car Wash in West Hollywood has the best hot dog in history… and I hesitate to tell anyone. YOUR PERSONAL AND DECORATIVE STYLE:
Personal: Wasp with a bit of Audrey Hepburn meets Auntie Mame. Decorative: Wasp invited Mame, but she in turn invited Peggy Guggenheim unannounced. FASHION HOUSE YOU DREAM OF HAVING A COLLECTION WITH:
Such pressure, but I’ll say Balenciaga. I wonder if they’ll ask me… BEST GIFT YOU’VE RECEIVED? A surprise
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Vintage Stripe in Mandarin, Perennials Outdoor Fabrics, price available upon request; perennialsfabrics.com. Santorini in Tropical Green, Donghia, price available to the trade; donghia.com. Dockside Navy in Railroaded, Summer Classics, $48 per yard; summerclassics.com. Velluto #5400-17 in Mariposa, Chella Textiles, $176 per yard; chellatextiles.com. Tangier Frame Print in Cerise, Trina Turk | Indoor-Outdoor 2, Schumacher, price available upon request; fschumacher.com. County Fair in Robin’s Egg, Perennials Outdoor Fabrics, price available upon request; perennialsfabrics.com. El Greco in Calypso, Sunbrella Fabrics, $56.99 per yard; sunbrella.com. Kimball in Peacock, Pindler & Pindler, $54.60 per yard (to the trade); pindler.com. Pinata in Amarillo, Donghia; price available to the trade; donghia.com. Soleil L.A. Print in Sunset, Trina Turk | Indoor-Outdoor 2, Schumacher, price available upon request; fschumacher.com. #31943-13, Oceania Cruises Collection for Kravet, price available upon request; kravet.com. Regatta in 002 Parasol, Maharam, $54 per yard; maharam.com.
Palmwood in Turquoise, Robert Allen with Dwell Studio, $72.95 per yard (to the trade); robertallendesign.com
Anchors Aweigh in Golden Sun, Holly Hunt, price available to the trade; hollyhunt.com
Solaris in colorway 674, Zimmer + Rohde, $139 per yard; zimmer-rohde.com
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15510-539 in Banana, Duralee Pavilion V, Duralee, $103.50 per yard; duralee.com
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low key With its pale pink sand beaches, preppy vibe and nostalgic old-world landscape, Harbour Island is a serene, easy-breezy paradise. Flecked with traditional notes, a healthy dose of eccentricity and classic British colonial cottages, the island’s charm inspires cool tones punctuated with vibrant color. Earthy home furnishings, white-washed finishes, nubby linens and rattan are right at home here. No wonder the design world is stealing its cues from this small Bahamian refuge. This carefree part of the globe has garnered some serious design cred, attracting interior design royalty India Hicks and David Flint Wood to its shores with Hibiscus Hill, the crown jewel of guesthouses.
Gemma sandal, Milly for Sperry Top-Sider, $130; sperrytopsider.com
Brushstroke and Dot and Dash cocktail plates, Oscar de la Renta, $46; oscardelarenta.com En Cage table lanterns in Light Blue and Clear, Saint-Louis, priced from $1,400; 212.835.6448
Marine Life cushions, India Hicks Island Living for HSN, $49.95 for two; indiahicks.com Croissant chair, Kenneth Cobonpue, $2,640; kennethcobonpue.com
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Upper pavillion at the King’s Treat at Hibiscus Hill
Hand-painted elephant damask, Roberta Roller Rabbit, price available upon request; robertarollerrabbit.com
Peruvian pendant, Ranjana Khan, $540; paire.us
All gold cracker plate and nut dish set, Michael Wainwright, $238; michaelwainwright.com
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Set discreetly in the emerald waters of the Indian Ocean at India’s southernmost point lies the seductive design haven of Sri Lanka. Infused with saturated hues and rich textured finishes, Sri Lanka’s distinct design point of view has permeated way beyond its shores, spreading its jewel-tone imprints far and wide. A mecca for fresh experimental palettes, this petite island
Isoline pillows, Tabula Rasa, priced from $150; tabularasa-ny.com
gem is known for blurring the lines between indoor and outdoor living, exhibited here by legendary influential Sri Lankan architect Geoffrey Bawa, the designer behind Tangalle’s The Last House—a luxury seaside escape comprised of six intimate villas bursting with South Asian flair.
Hundred Petal Lotus table, Viya Home, price available upon request; viyahome.com
Outdoor room at Tangalle’s The Last House
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Origami studded square crossbody bag, VBH Luxury, $1,750; 212.717.9800
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Geo bowls, AERIN, $550 for set; aerin.com
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Fashion and interiors turn toward Beijing as this capital city dazzles with striking design. Shifting gears from traditional expectations—beloved chinoiserie, blue-andwhite porcelain and graceful lattice detailing—Beijing is setting a new tone where sleek lines reign supreme and regal undertones hark back to the Ming Dynasty. With thought-provoking architecture and Chinese culture as a muse, reimagined forms take shape, never compromising function for beauty, rather combining them seamlessly. Illustrating this notion is the Grace Beijing, a contemporary hotel in the much soughtafter 798 Art District, surrounded by world-class contemporary art galleries.
Mariposa stool in Cream, Kyle Bunting, price available upon request; kylebunting.com
Rubicon table, John Lyle, price available upon request; johnlyledesign.com
Double Hands sculpture, Kelly Wearstler, $1,295; kellywearstler.com
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“I adore this chair. The curvaceous shape and simple upholstery is a winning combination. The twig-like, gilt-iron legs infuse it with an extra dose of panache. This is the kind of piece that would work just about anywhere, especially as an accent.” BRADLEY AGATHER | DALLAS, TX | THERIEN.COM
+ Upon designing the latest set of additions to Therien & Co.’s Studio Workshops collection—which includes this elegant yet slightly unexpected chair—Robert Garcia intended to evoke a relaxed contemporary vibe that challenges the wonted appearance of upholstery. When paired with the rich textural element of gilt-iron legs, the undulating lines of the seat, back and arms conjure a distinct visual lightness. PORTRAIT: MOLLY MILLER.
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+ The bold brushstrokes of modern art paired with an imaginative interpretation of exotic fruit and vivid blooms influenced Italian fabric atelier Dedar to introduce this striking new motif, which is appropriately named About Flowers. Its dramatic detailing and rich composition of hues presents a standout pattern that offers an abundant range of use, from upholstery and accent pillows to drapery.
“Dedar completely understands the synthesis of old and new, the relationship between fashion and interiors, and the rendering of classic tradition into modern luxury. I love how they shattered the anti-floral taboo by creating this exuberant fabric.” STACEY BEWKES | DARIEN, CT | QUINTESSENCEBLOG.COM
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“The twisted legs on this table help to soften its rustic aesthetic. With its deep tones, I would love to use it in a casual living room setting paired with breezy, white slipcovered furniture for maximum contrast.”
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An antique accent table discovered near her home in the south of France incited Rose Tarlow’s inspiration for designing this tony supplement to her long-celebrated assemblage of furnishings and décor. Crafted from alder in a black painted finish, this piece cultivates a unique pastoral feel by virtue of its handmade quality and visible craftsmanship.
“The vases’ bold colors coupled with the interplay of form and function give them a strong fashion element. Anyone who collects crystal or is looking for a fun statement piece would be immediately drawn to them.”
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Curvaceous silhouettes and robust coloration converge in the latest designer collaboration from Christian Liaigre. Conceived by French artisan Eric Schmitt—who has previously envisioned a vast collection of bronze pieces for the iconic Paris studio— these one-of-a-kind crystal vases are available in strictly limited quantities in several dynamic color combinations.
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“One of my favorite design quotes is from lighting designer Gabriel Hendifar: ‘Good lighting is a room’s jewelry.’ This chandelier embodies that fully. The intricacy of the gold lace-like pattern intermixed with high-gloss polygons adds an exotic yet modern sparkle.”
Inspired by the ancient Portuguese design technique of filigree—an intricate method for creating jewelry and accessories dating back to 3,000 BC—Koket’s mesmerizing fixture coils and bends in a sparkling cluster of spirals. Conceived from laser-cut brass and inky slices of glass, the metallic pattern and angular shapes merge to dazzle as a guaranteed focal point in any area of the home.
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Since its inception in 1979, Dorya has been drawing from the vibrancy of its Turkish roots to create gorgeous statement pieces for the home. Fusing midcentury modern design with sleek lines and a touch of Old Hollywood glamour, this knockout sideboard from the Miami-based company is undeniably chic. Comprised of rich mahogany and covered with a lustrous finish, it is emblazoned with a brilliant sunburst pattern that doubles as a work of contemporary art.
“While the naturally derived pattern in the mahogany of this piece immediately makes it special, I’ve always had an affinity for sideboards because they can be incorporated into so many places throughout a home. I can envision this piece as a bold statement in a home office.” MEG BIRAM | WASHINGTON, D.C. | MEGBIRAM.COM
CATCHING RAYS COMPANY Dorya | RETAIL $16,680 | INFO dorya.us
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The real, totally outfitted, 2,500-square-foot home designed by internationally renowned Sagaponack architect Blaze Makoid and outfitted by Crescendo partner Nova Studio International surrounds your senses . . . inspires your creativity . . . and blows your mind. Experience it. Visit the new Crescendo Experience Center at 641 County Road 39A in Southampton and think about pleasure and performance in a whole new way.
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Entering into MONC XIII is like crossing the threshold to one of the most fabulous homes on the block. Staged in an elegant Sag Harbor village house, the artfully presented interiors display vintage furniture alongside home accents curated by owner Natasha Esch. MONC XIII—an acronym for the names and a birthday of Esch, her husband and their two children—is an inspiring design haven worthy of interior daydreaming. shop.monc13.com 2
EXPLORE THE TRI-STATE AREA THROUGH CLOTHING AND DESIGN. FROM BESPOKE SOAPS
AND DREAMY SHOWROOM INTERIORS TO ARCHITECTURALLY INSPIRED JEWELS AND
Pleasantly set on Brooklyn’s Van Dyke Street in Red Hook is the family-owned and -operated flower and soap shop Saipua. Finnish for soap, Saipua is known for their olive oil-based soaps, handcrafted to contain the very best oils, butter, herbs and extracts, and the shop now boasts beautiful blooms alongside each exotic soap product. Saipua has some of the most exquisitely cut flowers perfect for any summer soirée. saipua.com
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Firmly staking a claim amidst Manhattan’s elite real estate is the long-awaited flagship store for Milly. The luxury brand, designed by Michelle Smith, now finds an 1,800-square-foot home on Madison Avenue. The vibrant ready-to-wear pieces beckon from the French neoclassic windows and, once inside, are complemented by iconic American and midcentury décor. Developed by design firms Martell Donagher and O’Neil Langan Architects, this boutique celebrates fashion, art and design. millyny.com
MONC XIII PHOTO: ERIC STRIFFLER. JEWELRY PHOTO: COURTESY ROULE & COMPANY. SOAP PHOTO: COURTESY SAIPUA. MILLY PHOTO: COURTESY MILLY.
It was love at first sight after laying eyes on Roule & Company’s latest Wired collection. Christopher Roule and Laurin Lucaire, the N.Y.-based design duo behind the brand, found inspiration in the work of architectural and engineering pioneers like Gustave Eiffel, Buckminster Fuller and Antoni Gaudí. Roule & Company applies these universal principles with the use of delicate materials and gemstones the way architects and engineers use steel. Amazing! rouleandcompany.com
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With a background in architecture, John R. Schroeder, owner of Chester, Connecticutt’s EO Art Lab, created a unique art consulting firm. Schroeder provides clients with in-depth knowledge and guidance on investing in artwork that’s not just compelling but also suits individual environments. Here, Marc Petrovic’s command of glasswork excels in his playful Find and Seek series—we’re enthralled! eoartlab.com 2
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Byron restaurant, inside the trendy Montauk boutique hotel The Surf Lodge, is the epitome of Bohemian cool with a laid-back surfer vibe. The market-driven menu by Executive Chef Chris Rendell pays homage to local offerings with fresh seasonal ingredients from nearby farms and an emphasis on daily caught seafood. Spectacular waterfront views (make sure you catch the sunset!) accompany the restaurant’s rustic-chic ambience. thesurflodge.com 4
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“I see the St. Regis as both a classic and modern name,” explains fashion designer Jason Wu, who collaborated with the legendary New York hotel brand to create a limited-edition travel bag, The Grand Tourista Bag. Elegant houndstooth is set against a sleek gray lining that features pockets perfectly sized for passports, e-books and tablets. Having journeyed the world to show off his collections, Wu undeniably understands how to travel in style. starwoodhotels.com/stregis
BOTTLES PHOTO: COURTESY EO ART LAB. LIBRARY HOTEL PHOTO: COURTESY LIBRARY HOTEL. BYRON PHOTO: COURTESY THE SURF LODGE. TOTE PHOTO: COURTESY THE ST. REGIS NEW YORK.
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Located on Madison Avenue, the Library Hotel is housed in a neoGothic-style building and in close proximity to many of Manhattan’s attractions. Cleverly apropos, the hotel’s 10 floors are classified categorically by the Dewey Decimal System with each room individually outfitted with 25-100 hardcover books devoted to its specific classification. Unwind with a good book and a glass of wine while the city’s hustle and bustle fades into the background. libraryhotel.com
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Studio Four NYC is an amazing rug and textile showroom located on the second floor of a Stanford White building in the Flatiron District. Original floors, high ceilings and arched windows create a hip setting for exploring the store’s latest offerings. Many of the carpets, fabrics and wallpapers at Studio Four have a handmade bespoke feel; there is even a weaver on-site who can loom anything your heart desires! studiofournyc.com 2
I always enjoy attending the East Hampton garden tour hosted by Guild Hall. If you’ve ever visited the Hamptons and have been curious (like me) about what lies beyond those towering hedges, this is a great way to view some of the most beautiful homes and gardens in New York. It’s also a great event for designers as it showcases how top gardeners can create something that complements the architecture. I spend so much time inside homes, it’s refreshing to see what’s going on outside. guildhall.org
it girl. INTERIOR DESIGNER AND ETERNAL SOPHISTICATE ALLISON HENNESSY RUMINATES ON A CHIC TEXTILE SHOWROOM NESTLED IN THE FLATIRON DISTRICT, ROOFTOP POOLS
WITH VIEWS OF THE HUDSON AND EAST HAMPTON GARDENS TO SWOON OVER.
The best-kept summer secret is hands down the rooftop pool at Equinox Printing House. This newly renovated gym is pretty fabulous, but it’s the rooftop pool, which overlooks the Hudson River, that really sets it apart. After your workout, pick up a healthy meal from the Equinox juice bar and spend the rest of the day lounging poolside—what could be better? equinox.com
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The same principles that influence my design—simplicity, elegance and sophistication—also guide my sense of fashion and personal style. If I’m looking for something truly unique and offbeat, I head to Showplace in Chelsea to hunt for great vintage jewelry. I love the overscale necklaces, pendants and bangles, because they are so one-of-a-kind. Be sure to visit dealers Sheri Weiss Vintage and Jeweldiva—two of my favorites. Who doesn’t love the thrill of a great hunt! nyshowplace.com
STUDIO FOUR PHOTO: COURTESY STUDIO FOUR. GUILD HALL PHOTO: COURTESY GUILD HALL. EQUINOX PHOTO: COURTESY EQUINOX. BANGLE PHOTO: COURTESY SHOWPLACE.
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PORTRAIT: GARY JAMES. OPPOSITE: LORIN KLARIS. TOP RIGHT: COURTESY LILLIAN AUGUST.
Lillian August’s own home provides insight into her personal style that so seamlessly transitions into her brand’s identity. Opposite: A vignette found in August’s nearly 100,000-square-foot Norwalk location demonstrates the company’s easily accessible lifestyle.
For most, the name Lillian August calls a savvy retailer to mind. While her namesake stores sport an extraordinary range of stock from Henredon to Bernhardt, the star designer of the operation is August herself, an art
The Anson chair is one of August’s newest designs for Hickory White and features an asymmetrical dot pattern paired with a nailhead trim.
historian and painter who also creates her own textile, upholstery and case goods collections sold in her stores nationwide. “I find information and inspiration in everything,” explains August. “I am always looking for ideas to apply into my work.” Her earliest successes were imbued with historic references, but today August is recognized for work with a streamlined aesthetic that offers a fresh take on tradition yet still embraces old-world craftsmanship. Despite such achievement, she considers her biggest successes her three sons, also “in the biz.” Dan Weiss and John Weiss “are CEO and COO (respectively) of Lillian August, but I made Michael leave us to focus on his own collection,” she says. “He does modern so beautifully.” The same applies to the multitalented and ever-evolving August and the company that she has spawned. lillianaugust.com; 203.847.1596
FA M I LY S T Y L E
LILLIAN AUGUST EVERY DESIGNER SHOULD:
Respect their own work, and know that knowledge and years of experience make one a better designer. MY WORK IS…
New traditional; our brand embraces a range of lifestyles to meet the needs of our customers. TOOLS OF THE TRADE:
My computer, fabric shows and trade furniture and accessory markets. Ironically, all three are similar in that they’re fantastic sources for research and sourcing. DESCRIBE YOUR HOME.
My Florida house has a great outdoor space, which can be so important for quiet moments in the warm climate to retreat to from the hectic work schedule. I’M READING…
Making Ideas Happen, by Scott Belsky. I like practical and inspiring books about ideas rather than novels. TREND YOU’RE EXCITED BY:
Vintage textiles and pastels will be important again; they’re so romantic and feminine in spirit. LUXE INTERIORS
Landscape architect Mario Nievera stands proudly amidst one of his designs, self-described as “clean and elegant yet comfortable.” Opposite: Nievera created a private oasis surrounding an Olympicsized pool for a project that graces the pages of his new book, Forever Green.
PORTRAIT: CLAUDIO BEIER. OPPOSITE: MICHAEL STAVARIDIS. TOP RIGHT: COURTESY SAM YOCUM.
Mario Nievera, of Nievera Williams Design, one of the foremost landscape architecture firms in the country, knows that his design-minded clients can pick a fabric swatch with their eyes closed, but ask them to choose
Nievera happily shares his favorite design resources— including Pennoyer Newman, whose resin planter is shown here.
a shrub and they’re suddenly paralyzed. “Because you’re working with nature, there is an innocence about it,” explains Nievera. “It’s different than buying a 17th-century commode.” In the designer’s own home, grass takes the spot of an Oushak rug, Murano chandeliers are swapped for dimly lit lanterns, and silver Lamium leaves add a metallic glint. “There’s no agenda in landscape design” says Nievera. “It’s more about the simple pleasure of enjoying the outdoors.” Sharing in his clients’ pure unadulterated happiness is what makes him tick. Whether he is working on a detailed Zen-like terrace in New York City or the vast gardens of a Palm Beach home inspired by Marie Antoinette’s hamlet, his objective remains the same: “I always try to bring back the notion of beauty.” nieverawilliams.com; 561.659.2820
B E YO N D T H E B R U S H
MARIO NIEVERA WORDS OF WISDOM:
Always check the soil. Certain plants have specific nutrient requirements and the content of the soil, whether clay or sand or alkaline, should align with those needs. FAVORITE DECORATING SOURCES:
For garden antiques, Fleur and Treillage in New York. Seibert & Rice for the finest Italian terra-cotta pots. Pennoyer Newman makes gorgeous resin containers that look like lead. Marders in the Hamptons for plants, and Amelia’s Smarty Plants in Palm Beach. DEFINING MOMENT IN YOUR CAREER:
When I wrote my book, I had the exciting experience of reminiscing about how I got to where I was, and thinking about where I was going. I believe everyone has a book inside of them—a story to tell. WORK APPROACH:
A sensitivity to the site and our solution to the design being scaled appropriately. DREAM COLLABORATION:
I feel that by simply working in my industry, I’ve had that. And I’m living it now. Every day is a new experience. I always think to myself, I’m so lucky that I’ve been able to work with so many amazing people. LUXE INTERIORS
Lighting designer Helen Gifford in her Sag Harbor studio space, where she most recently finished five oversize blown-glass globes for clients in Hong Kong. Opposite: A custom design from Giffordâ€™s signature Urchin collection graces the dining room of an East Hampton home.
PORTRAIT: LINDSAY MORRIS. OPPOSITE: ERIC STRIFFLER. TOP RIGHT: GARY MANAY.
“Bad lighting is a social repellent,” warns designer Helen Gifford, “people just scurry away from it.” But when it comes to her own custom lighting brand, HelenBilt, Gifford’s storied clientele need not worry. Launching her line upon graduating from Parsons School of Design in 2000, Gifford has
Gifford supports other Hamptons artisans through her own collection of artwork from the East End of Long Island, such as Reflections by Vincent Brandi, pictured here.
quickly gained a following of Hollywood starlets and famed architects alike. Bringing together factory function and the outré geometry of nature, the designer creates lighting installations in a style she describes as “industrial beach.” Gifford works to “harmonize aesthetic with lifestyle,” making fixtures both beautiful and functional. Based in the Hamptons, the company is best known for its Urchin collection, which now includes an eco-friendly version. But she hasn’t stopped there; she recently launched a collection of hand-painted wallpapers. “I realized I needed to offer wallcoverings that furthered the effect of the lighting fixtures,” Gifford explains. It comes as no surprise, then, that the wallpaper is made of metallic Mylar, a texture known for its luminous sheen. helenbilt.com; 917.449.9677
L I G H T C O N V E R S AT I O N
HELEN GIFFORD I GOT STARTED…
When the International Contemporary Furniture Fair accepted my application for a booth while I was still a student at Parsons. Plug Lighting was the first to sell my work, and soon after shelter magazines began writing about my installations for high-profile Hollywood clients. TOOLS OF THE TRADE:
A welding torch, my Leatherman and a limitless imagination. DREAM COLLABORATION:
Yann Kersalé, I would humbly sweep his studio if I were so honored with the task. CURRENT PROJECT:
Recently a government mandate went into effect that will begin phasing out incandescent bulbs over a 10-year period. As I thought about what would happen to those outlawed bulbs, I decided to repurpose them as a design element and created my eco-friendly lighting collection. WHAT DO YOU COLLECT?
Photography and art from the East End of Long Island, specifically pieces by Eric Striffler, Vincent Brandi, Darius Yektai, Jeff Muhs and Tapp Francke. LUXE INTERIORS
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oteworthy hotels and resorts typically bust through design convention, yielding interior and architectural declarations that push the boundaries beyond residential projects. Both
creatively looser and more experimental in nature, these hotel designs’ bold assertions are definitely something to write home about, especially when an A-list decorator is at the helm. At the Viceroy Anguilla, Los Angeles designer Kelly Wearstler employed unexpected contrasts of natural, neutral-hued elegance where rugged driftwood intermingles with finely honed stone; and white, black and gold interplay with the blue Caribbean waters. The resort’s Sunset Lounge, overlooking the bay, is brimming with a myriad of design nuggets. A mesmerizing Italian marble backsplash primed for sleek open shelving stands tall and bold behind a Carrara-topped island with warm wood chevron detailing. “Be fearless,” advises Wearstler. “Incorporate a bold use of texture in your home, in your kitchen, and mix different metals and materials.” As a stylish departure to the natural backdrop, sumptuous gold (a staple of the designer’s) and shagreen-upholstered barstools offer a fashionable perch to survey the culinary action. “The raw material has so much spirit and natural beauty,” notes Wearstler. “It’s Mother Nature in her finest form. It’s architectural art.”
Be fearless. Incorporate a bold use of texture in your home, in your kitchen, and mix different metals and materials.
KELLY WEARSTLER, KELLY WEARSTLER INTERIORS
PHOTO: FRANCOIS HALARD.
THE JAMES ROYAL PALM PHOTO. COURTESY THE JAMES ROYAL PALM. SCARP RIDGE LODGE PHOTO: DAVID MARLOW.
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LOCAL FLAVOR For the retro-inspired coffee bar at The James Royal Palm (shown at left) in Miami Beach—an area known for its Art Deco buildings—designer Lauren Rottet wanted to keep in line with the design spirit of the revamped historic hotel, and luckily, already had the ideal foundation: an existing vintage green glass wall and counter surround. Repurposing the front desk, she added shelves to the back-
Inject a shot of energy and color with a vibrant appliance. Ascaso Dream Up espresso machine in Sun Yellow, $749, studiolx.com
Wood accents, like this shapely walnut stool by BassamFellows, add instant warmth to a stone-topped island. Tractor counter stool, $1,195; designwithinreach.com
Bring architectural intrigue with a handsome faucet. Contemporary U-spout kitchen faucet with square body, price available upon request; rohlhome.com
The texture and color of this entertaining staple serves up a nostalgic flair to any tabletop. Hobnail pitcher in Translucent Green, $155; apartment48.com
painted glass. “When I design a hotel, I look to create a mood specific to that property,” says Rottet. “I felt in this particular location that keeping with the 1940s and ’50s inspiration was appropriate.” Naples, Florida-based designer Jett Thompson also approached the Scarp Ridge Lodge’s décor, particularly that the kitchen, with an aesthetic in line with the boutique hotel’s Crested Butte, Colorado, locale. A take on the all-white kitchen, Thompson warmed up the potentially stark palette by working with blonde woods and almond-hued cabinetry and accents.
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KEEPSAKE CUES IT’S NOT ALWAYS ABOUT WHERE YOU VENTURE TO, BUT RATHER WHAT YOU BRING BACK FROM A JOURNEY THAT PREVAILS. LET THESE DREAMY BATHROOM RETREATS BE YOUR TAKEAWAY.
from a holiday to exotic Bali. With enticing beaches, sprawling cliffs, emerald rice fields, and active volcanic peaks, this ecological wonder may possess alluring topography, but it’s the
spirited approach to design that’s captured our attention. Encouraged by the lush equatorial gardens on the grounds of luxury resort Karma Jimbaran, Grounds Kent Architects embraced the untamed environment when creating this serene soaking retreat. Cast out of a unique blend of terrazzo, marble and
sandstone, the organically shaped bath echoes the design sensibility consistent throughout the property. “The villas are built to follow the design of a traditional courtyard found in a Bali village,” explains Martin Grounds, lead architect on the project. A wide stone path dotted with river rocks connects to the freestanding, open-air tub, overhung with palms and frangipanis, while the imposing stonewall anchors the retreat giving way to the natural plant inhabitants. The awardwinning Australian firm found inspiration amidst the lush tropical landscape and peacefully nestled this stunning display of classic Balinese architecture. “There is something truly luxurious about an outdoor bath in the sweet Bali air.”
There is something truly luxurious about an outdoor bath in the sweet Bali air. MARTIN GROUNDS, GROUNDS KENT ARCHITECTS
PHOTO: COURTESY KARMA JIMBARAN.
he trip of a lifetime!” is often joyfully exclaimed after returning
exquisite marble bath. To answer its downtown foil, Manhattan’s Upper East
The goal was to create one of the most splendid addresses in the world with Grange’s imprint: blend old-world comfort with avant-garde design.
Side replies with The Mark Hotel, designed by the legendary Jacques Grange.
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Countering the at-ease Balinese dream is TriBeCa’s Greenwich Hotel (shown above.) The 88-room brownstone boasts spaces that elicit luxury apartments rather than mere hotel rooms. Hence, you won’t find any commonplace bathrooms on the premises, only traces of meticulous attention to detail. Designer Samantha Crasco used Carrara marble as her muse when assembling this space, as the mosaic floors set the stage for the gold hardware and an
Owner Izak Senbahar, who worked closely with Grange, wanted the hotel to exhibit “French luxury with Swiss precision.” Saturated with artistic expression, the übersophisticated vanity fitted with sleek Lefroy Brooks nickel finishes is a modern complement to the classically striped Belgian black and Thassos white marble floors. And that pastel mint complexion? It was added to “bring a translucent element into the mix,” says Senbahar. “It was necessary to include this eye-catching color detail to draw you in even further.”
THE MARK HOTEL PHOTO: TODD EBERLE. GREENWICH HOTEL PHOTO: HERBERT YPMA.
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For a lavish retreat, go for the gold—especially in a satiny finish. La Jolla 8-inch widespread lavatory faucet, $792; calfaucets.com
Classic black and white stripes lend a Parisian flair to a vanity. Hand soap and Après cream, $34 for set; thelaundress.com
The epitome of luxury, a marble tub certainly makes an elegant statement. Roman bathtub in Carrara marble, $23,760; stoneforest.com
Mouth-blown glass marries beautifully with brass filigree trim in this Italian bath accessory set. Galleria Gold bath accessories, priced from $115; labrazelhome.com
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WHAT ARE THE KEY INFLUENCES IN YOUR WORK TODAY? We strive to make each design we produce functional, proportioned and beautiful, so we reference historical and contemporary interpretations when designing. WHAT LED YOU TO YOUR CURRENT PROFESSION? Our company has been in the bedding business since 1855. We have served generations of discriminating customers, interior designers and many of New York’s best-known hotels. WHAT ARE YOU WORKING ON NEXT? We have recently invested an enormous amount of time and energy into our new mattress factory, where we build mattresses based on our new coil system. It produces proprietary coil designs when combined with specific layering of padding materials.
For more than a century, Charles P. Rogers & Company has been known as New York’s secret source for unique beds of superior quality. Thanks to commitment, experience and seven generations of loyal customers, it remains a reliable force in the design community today. From traditional to contemporary; to sleigh beds to platform beds to upholstered beds; Charles P. Rogers & Company is known for innovative products and as a benchmark in quality and style. All of its beds are exclusive designs and made in its own factories. The company uses authentic materials and processes in construction and pays particular attention to proportion and detail in order to retain the integrity of the original design while accommodating contemporary bedding sizes. All of the products are made to the same high standards. In order to provide the highest level of service and accurate product information, Charles P. Rogers’ policy is to sell direct rather than through other retail and wholesale outlets. Whether ordering online, calling or visiting in person, the professionals at Charles P. Rogers are available to help in any way they can. They are well versed in the technical aspects of all products and qualified to assist in selecting the right style to suit particular tastes and needs.
Secret Source: Tucked behind a historic storefront in the Flatiron District of Manhattan, the Charles P. Rogers factory showroom is just around the corner from its original location on Sixth Avenue.
Paris Sleigh Bed: This French sleigh bed design has a charming balance of proportion and detail. Hand-forged of sturdy, solid-iron bar, it features beautifully detailed scrollwork, elegant feathers as joinery and matching decorative rails.
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For more than 150 years our business proposition has been simple: “Make the finest beds available.”
Vintage Chestnut Leather Wing Bed: Based on the iconic Wing chair, Charles P. Rogers’ leather Wing bed is generously proportioned and highly detailed with hand-applied nailheads tracing the graceful shape and solid mahogany rails and feet.
Barcelona Bed and Handcrafted Mattress: Crafted from solid mahogany, the Barcelona platform bed is one of Charles P. Rogers’ most popular, original designs. Rogers’ mattresses are still made to order at their factory, with a choice of comfort options.
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ask the expert WHAT ARE THE KEY INFLUENCES IN YOUR WORK TODAY? As a provider of custom-tailored furnishing solutions, we are solely influenced by the vision and needs of our clients. WHAT IS YOUR CREATIVE PROCESS? Our creative process calls on collaboration between the client, design professional and craftsman in regard to the intended environment, materials and vision. WHICH PROJECTS HAVE BROUGHT YOU THE MOST SATISFACTION? All projects bring enormous satisfaction, knowing our sterling reputation is being upheld. I especially enjoy working with and learning the history behind pieces we crafted decades ago.
CARLYLE CUSTOM CONVERTIBLES, LTD. More than 50 years ago, Albert deMatteo, founder of Carlyle Custom Convertibles, responded to an overwhelming demand for alternative bedding to meet the needs of Manhattan’s high-end residences. By introducing custom-tailored sleep sofas, daybeds and trundles that paired space-saving innovation with the finest elements of upholstered design and high-quality craftsmanship, deMatteo’s modest Upper East Side storefront quickly became a Manhattan icon. For the past 30 years, deMatteo’s son, CEO Darren deMatteo, has continued the tradition of quality, comfort and design from two showrooms in Manhattan and a factory showroom in New Jersey. Known for consistent, high-quality craftsmanship, Carlyle also provides its clients with a vast selection of cushion options and styling details to accommodate their precise specifications. Such customized work requires personalized relationships based on quality, consistency and comfort—a direct reflection of the pride expressed by the entire Carlyle team.
“Each of our pieces expresses a solid sensibility for design, a timeless quality that will last for generations, and must-have comfort.” –DARREN DEMATTEO, CEO
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Sofa Bed: The Tribecca sofa bed features a standard queen mattress topped with polydacron-filled seat cushions. This sofa bed offers exceptional comfort and has a classic look (shown here in Slubby Linen Flint fabric).
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ADDRESS 1947 Palmer Avenue Larchmont, New York
WHAT ARE YOUR FAVORITE STYLES TO WORK ON AND WHY? In Westchester County, most of the homes are 100 years old or more. I love working with contemporary art in these settings to make a visually layered, rich interior.
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HOW DO YOU DEFINE A SUCCESSFUL PROJECT? Success is when a work of art is gratifying to the owner each day.
KENISE BARNES OWNER AND DIRECTOR
KENISE BARNES FINE ART With an eye for art that is visually complex and conceptually multifaceted, Kenise Barnes brings the work of many of the world’s most fascinating contemporary artists to Westchester County. Established in 1994, Kenise Barnes Fine Art has an intimacy and vitality that has attracted creative, gifted people for decades. “The artists I work with are amazingly brilliant and stimulating. It is a privilege to present their work,” asserts Barnes. “And because we have personal, long-term relationships with the artists, collectors may have the opportunity to meet the artist; often they can visit the artist’s studio.” Representing mid-career and established artists, Barnes has become a reputable force in the contemporary art market. “The designers and collectors with whom I work trust my eye,” she says. “They trust me and my staff to present work that is investment quality by artists with distinguished careers and strong exhibition histories.” A nexus of artistic activity in Westchester, any day of the week at Kenise Barnes Fine Art might include several designers, a show house project, curating an exhibition for a university or conversing with a walk-in client. “Artists want their work to be owned and appreciated; we strive to make that process a pleasure,” says Barnes.
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Abstract Thinking exhibition. Works by David Collins, Yolanda Sanchez, Katia Santibanez, Josette Urso and Thuan Vu. Photography by Susan Fisher Plotner/Fisher Hart
Violets, 2013, oil on canvas, 46”W x 44”H, by artist David Konigsberg, who has been represented by Kenise Barnes Fine Art since 2007.
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HOW DO YOU DEFINE A SUCCESSFUL PROJECT? It’s in the wow and the appreciation you get from a client that makes it all worth it. Turning a vision into a reality. HOW DO YOU THINK YOUR CLIENTS WOULD CHARACTERIZE YOU? Trustworthy, thoughtful and caring. I give my full attention to the wants and needs of each and every one of my clients, always! WHAT ARE YOU WORKING ON NEXT? We are working on two large projects. Both women, retired, are looking to build their dream house, somewhere they can relax and enjoy life. My goal is to help them create a space that will give them their wants, needs and a place to call home.
HAMPTON DESIGN INTERIORS, INC. The spaces in which we live tell a story of whom we are, whom we love, what we like to do and how often we like to do it. Whether designing an elaborate kitchen, remodeling a bathroom or transforming an entire home, Peggy Fruin’s primary goal is to find the essence of her client’s style and ensure it is reflected in their surroundings. “I want to know all about my client: whether they cook or like to entertain; are they super clean or not so much; do they like cool colors or warm colors; and do they want a space that is simply beautiful or a space fit for a chef,” shares Fruin. “Tell me about you. How do you function in your kitchen?” Established in 1998, Hampton Design Interiors has grown into a leading kitchen and bath design firm, serving residential and spec-home projects throughout the Hamptons, New York City and Long Island. Blending the personal with the practical, Fruin and her team of designers strive to create interior spaces that enhance and invigorate the lives of its owners. “I want the client to walk in and have that thrill that we gave them what they wanted—and more,” says Fruin.
“At the end of the day, for me, it’s all about the wow factor.” –PEGGY FRUIN, OWNER
A house for all seasons, it features an open floor plan that is perfect for entertaining. The natural light is a complement for the slate blue lacquer cabinets, Caesarstone countertops and back-painted glass upper cabinets with no hardware for a sleek unified look.
This Southampton Village house was renovated to bring modern, sophisticated touches into the home. The chef-style kitchen features traditional white inset cabinets, Carrera marble counters and Sub-Zero/Wolf appliances.
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Tiles, clockwise from top left: GREENER PASTURES Mossframe in Rosemary, Benetti Stone Philosophy; benettistone.com. NATURAL SELECTION Alborz, Iznik and Seljuk, Origins Collection, Clé; cletile.com. CIRCULAR LOGIC Nodo, Kismet Tile, kismettile.com. PRETTY IN PINK Queen of Hearts, Caesarstone; caesarstoneus.com. WING IT Botanical Collection, Bon Ton Tile; bontondesigns.com. STONEWALL Zirix, Stonium Series, Silestone by Cosentino; silestoneusa.com. FLOW CHART Baltic, Sea Collection, Dioro Mosaic; dioromosaic.com. PATH MARKERS Palladium Noir, Ann Sacks; annsacks.com. CLASSIC REVIVAL Rubicon, shown in Snow White and Diana Royal Honed, Country Floors; countryfloors.com. STRAIGHT UP Apple Martini, Caesarstone; caesarstoneus.com. BRANCH OUT Botanical Collection, Bon Ton Tile; bontondesigns.com. ON THE SURFACE Layered Glaze Collection in Chalk-Gunmetal, Heath Ceramics; heathceramics.com. FLUTTER FRENZY Botanical Collection, Bon Ton Tile; bontondesigns.com. SUIT & TIE Chambord Pattern in Créme and Black, Walker Zanger; walkerzanger.com. BLACK DIAMOND Shibata in Black, Soli; soliusa.com. IRON AGE Reclaimed Cast Iron Square, Soli; soliusa.com. MOD SQUAD Geometric Geo Cement Tile, Avente Tile; aventetile.com. THREE’S COMPANY Exploded Starburst, Popham Design; pophamdesign.com. STEPPING STONE Asia, Origins Collection, Clé; cletile.com. Accessories: Anthropologie.
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In the living room, 3-globe bubble sconces by Lindsey Adelman play off the other circular elements in the space: a Jens Risom ottoman and a mirror from Ercole Home. The Big chairs, also by Risom, are upholstered in a plush Short Shag by Schumacher. Left: A BDDW Lake cabinet in the entry holds personal memorabilia; an Aboriginal painting represents the wifeâ€™s homeland of Australia, while an antique carved-stone Buddha statue sets a peaceful tone.
“WE SIMPLIFIED THE HOUSE TO HARMONIZE WITH ITS SURROUNDINGS.”
The family room feels like it’s floating on a cloud thanks to a Tibetan sheepskin flokati rug from ABC Carpet & Home. A Sloane sofa by Vladimir Kagan Couture adds to the luxurious setting. Kravet’s Riad Caribbean fabric used for the drapes and the Lee Jofa Labyrinth Duck Egg upholstery on the Kagan High Barrel chairs add a touch of color to the space.
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Working alongside them was builder John Devito, who noted, “While our team worked some very late nights to meet the deadline, a lot of the credit goes to the design team. Because of such a streamlined communication process, we were able to complete a project in four months that would usually take a year.” Wakenshaw restored the multicolored, gingerbread-like exterior to its quintessential Hamptons glory using weathered cedar shingles. He also ousted the large, densely mullioned windows in favor of expansive panes that liberated the sun and the views. “The existing house definitely had a rather muddled aesthetic,” says the architect. “But we simplified the house to harmonize better with its surroundings.” Also restored to their full Hamptons glory were the outdoor areas, which Wakenshaw collaborated on with landscape designer Stephen Tupu. “The site was big enough to allow us to really create a variety of exterior spaces that fulfill many purposes for the family throughout the day,” explains Tupu. “Spaces like the outdoor dining area, the terrace and the pool serve as a prime play area for the kids, but easily transition into chic entertaining areas for the adults in the evening.”
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Inside, the dark floors were replaced with hardwearing white oak, which also contributed to the brightening of the home and its beachy vibe. While the homeowners desired some kind of nautical tribute for the décor, they preferred a subtler approach. “We didn’t want the house to be inundated with shells and anchors,” says the wife, who asked Aarons to derive inspiration for the interior design from two silk pillows she picked up in Thailand—their vibrant hues representing the sun (orange) and water (turquoise). In the combined kitchen and dining room, for example, turquoise shows up in the Ann Sacks Gotham tiles that line the backsplash— their embossed pattern simulating a rippling water effect. Surrounding the glass-topped Paul Mathieu dining table are iconic Hans Wegner Wishbone chairs in a saturated aqua blue.
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White lacquered cabinets and sleek Caesarstone countertops serve as a blank canvas to showcase the home’s trademark colors. The turquoise Gotham tiles by Ann Sacks create an aquatic backsplash and the Onda counter stools from Design Within Reach feature a burst of orange.
Forgoing the formal dining room, this casual kitchen nook adds to the homeâ€™s breezy vibe. A set of Hans Wegner Wishbone chairs in a rich turquoise picks up on the water just beyond the expansive new panes. A Paul Mathieu table from Ralph Pucci International takes up little visual real estate, and is part of a supporting cast for the main attraction outside.
The pool area is also a reflection of the environmentâ€” new pavers are made of local bluestone and the plantings are indigenous to the area. Contour chaise lounges and their bright orange padding evoke a retro era. Right: Orange is mirrored in the Ocean Master Max umbrellas by Tuuci.
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To make sure that the home’s trademark colors would pop, they were anchored into a monochromatic background. Strong silhouettes in the form of, say, the living room’s partially domed Jens Risom Big chairs— a modern take on the classic wing variety—and the crescent-shaped Vladimir Kagan Couture sofa in the family room help create sculptural interest in such a neutral context. In the master bedroom, however, the ocean shading is, well, left to the ocean. Thanks to the room’s corner location, a curtain wall of glass provides a vast panorama of the water. “You almost feel like you’re on a boat,” says Aarons, who dressed the room in tones of gray and white to play up the deep blue outside, but included soft and shaggy textures to evoke warmth and comfort—a clever tactic that keeps the view from stealing the show. The master bath is more overt about such things; a vibrant blue and green mosaic tile wall from Italy is practically a floorto-ceiling art piece—an unapologetic, and very pretty, attention seeker.
Above: Despite its sweeping ocean views, the master bedroom still achieves an intimate feel through layered bedding from Calypso Home and a plush rug by Madeline Weinrib. Right: By virtue of its cocoon-like silhouette, the Jens Risom Big chair also contributes to the master bedroom’s cozy modus operandi.
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Color isn’t the only element providing depth throughout the home. A myriad of textures, a vast flokati rug, for instance, gives the family room a billowy air; the white lacquered kitchen cabinets are a slick touch; and the new stone fireplaces go a long way toward building character in what could be considered a brand-new house. However, it’s the family’s prized possessions, ranging from Aboriginal paintings to edgy black-and-white photography, that genuinely create dimension in the home. “It’s these layers of our lives that make a house feel truly lived-in,” says Aarons. L
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Designer Steffani Aarons claims that installing a traditional shower in the master bath was difficult because of the vast window overlooking the water. Embracing the challenge, the designer opted for an open shower located behind the mosaic wall by Sicis.
HISTORY REFRESHED A DESIGN OVERHAUL ON A QUIET STREET IN NEW JERSEY IS STURDY ENOUGH FOR FUN-LOVING KIDS YET SOPHISTICATED ENOUGH FOR THEIR PARENTS. W R I T T E N B Y K IM BE RLY O LSO N
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INTERIOR DESIGN Matthew White and Frank Webb, White Webb, LLC ARCHITECTURE Ernst Hofmann, Hofmann Design Build, Inc. BEDROOMS 6
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n a leafy community in eastern New Jersey, a couple found a home that would suit their growing family. The 100-yearold East Coast cedar shake house had no shortage of charms, including a steeply pitched roof and gables, generous rooms
and lovely architectural details. So, at least initially, the couple could overlook the home’s tiny kitchen and decidedly feminine decoration— a collage of pink and mint green chintz and flowered wallpaper. Upon settling in, though, they began renovating the home to suit their taste and modern lifestyle, tackling a few rooms at a time and enlisting the help of interior designer Frank Webb, who had once worked for the husband in finance, and his partner Matthew White. “It was fun, because they were with us in the early days of our design business, and we all kind of grew together,” Webb says. Webb and White started with the entryway and family room, blending traditional elements with modern flair. “I think one reason that the homeowners were attracted to us—besides knowing and loving
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In the living room, a two-seater custom banquette upholstered in Barley Lane fabric by Lee Jofa plays off a patterned rug by Patterson, Flynn & Martin. A tufted scroll-back Brewster side chair from George Smith looks right at home next to a modern Plexiglas side table, a custom piece by designers Matthew White and Frank Webb.
White and Webb custom designed the piece above the fireplace mantelâ€”a silvered iron mirror decorated with a pagoda, bells and ceramic Chinese pots. The chinoiseriepatterned curtains are made of Lee Jofaâ€™s Willow motif and were fabricated by Henry B. Urban Inc.
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Frank—was that I’m more the classicist and Frank is a modernist,” White says. “They had a big traditional old house built in 1905, and they didn’t want to ignore that. What we brought to the table was an
Guests dine at a reproduction George III-style table from Burton-Ching, which is coupled with vintage Baker dining chairs. The table settings include Wedgewood Crown Sapphire plates and vintage bowls. The fireplace is flanked by a pair of Blanc de Chine statues.
understanding of antiques, but with a fresh outlook.” Because the couple and the design duo are good friends, they all survived some light-hearted tussling. “The homeowners had some leather pieces that they were convinced had to stay, and that we were convinced had to go, and we finally won out on that,” White quips. Thanks to the designers’ expert touch—and the couple’s well-behaved kids—the design works for the whole family. “We wanted to have nice things, but we have too much traffic in our house to have a home that’s a museum,” the husband says. “There aren’t any rooms that are off-limits to anybody.” LUXE INTERIORS
Accentuating the refreshed kitchen’s new windows are valances in Osborne & Little’s Langdale fabric. Bistro chairs from TK Collections pull up to the island, painted in Benjamin Moore’s Woodland Hills Green. Hanging from the octagonal ceiling are Garey pendant lights from Circa Lighting. Summer Hill’s Arno dining chairs and Vaughan’s Colombier chandelier grace the breakfast nook.
In the library, an armchair by Jimmyâ€™s Upholstery mimics the look of the ottoman at its base. Lighting is from Circa Lighting, the table lamp by Sandy Chapman and the sconces by Thomas Oâ€™Brien. Elegant millwork is centered with a sunburst mirror from Adesso Eclectic Imports.
The library’ generous 19th-century French walnut partners desk was purchased at Burrells Antique Desks in England. A custom light pendant hovers above the desk to provide illumination when working, while wool carpeting from Patterson, Flynn & Martin centers the space below.
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Eventually, it was time to revamp the small kitchen. The renovation— coordinated by builder Ernst Hofmann, who marshaled the architecture and contracting services on the project—led to a major expansion of the home across all three floors and the basement, which now features a striking mudroom and a gym. “We removed the entire back wall of the house and extended the kitchen by about 12 feet,” says Hofmann. “We then added several large windows and French doors to the kitchen space.” Hofmann’s team also incorporated custom millwork to artfully blend the addition with the existing home. That millwork includes a striking octagonal coffered ceiling that White and Webb designed. “Ceilings are always a fun way to add visual interest in an underused way,” White says. LUXE INTERIORS
The home’s soft color palette is translated to a pale blue custom vanity with generous storage space and a marble top. Above the twin mirrors are Dillon double sconces from Restoration Hardware.
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Now flooded with natural light, the kitchen is dressed in cheerful hues of citron and sky blue. “It’s bright, open and very functional,” the husband says. “There’s a flow around the island, and there are a lot of places for people to sit and congregate.” And the kitchen wasn’t the only place to get a jolt of color. The living room received neutral tones, but elsewhere, the palette got dialed up. “We definitely embraced color,” the wife says. “I think it’s youthful and fresh, and it brings the whole space alive.” The dining room walls, for example, were painted a deep blue that complements the couple’s china pattern. The designers added personal touches throughout the home, from the butler’s pantry’s leaded-glass window emblazoned with a fleur-de-lis and the homeowners’ initial, to an overscale daffodil photo that White took. “We have an arboretum down the street, and they have a huge daffodil bowl,” the wife says. “That’s one of our first memories of living on this street, so it ties it all together beautifully.” L
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The master bedroom features a cozy seating area complete with reupholstered vintage swivel armchairs from Pat McGann, an Oriental rug from Safavieh and a custom mirror. A canopy bed clad in a Windemere Stripe fabric from Schumacher pairs with triple swing-arm wall lamps from Circa Lighting that allow for bedtime reading.
ISLAND LIVING THE PERFECT GETAWAY FOR A MANHATTAN FAMILY, A SERENE VACATION HOME ON SHELTER ISLAND DRAWS ITS DESIGN INSPIRATION FROM THE AREA’S NATURAL BEAUTY. W R I T T E N B Y CHARLOTTE SAFAV I
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y clients have always loved Shelter Island and its getaway atmosphere,” says interior designer Sara Story of the summer residence she recently completed for a New York-based professional
couple with two young kids. “They wanted me to create a retreat for them, a relaxing place where they could spend time with their family and friends.” For inspiration, Story did not need to look far. The coastal cedarshingle home designed by architect Joshua Brandfonbrener sits three stories tall on a bluff above the ocean. When Story first came on board, ground had not yet been broken, but the natural beauty was ever-present. “Shelter Island has these lovely bands of vegetation from coastline to water’s edge: cedar groves, sassafras trees, beach grasses,” Brandfonbrener says. “My goal was to ease the house into the topography, and make it feel private, while maximizing the scenery.”
INTERIOR DESIGN Sara Story, Sara Story Design ARCHITECTURE Joshua Brandfonbrener, Joshua Brandfonbrener Architect HOME BUILDER Steve Christie, Farrell Building Company BEDROOMS 6
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Above: Luther Quintana sofas nestle around the fireplace, while a Tim Mitchell wall sculpture captures hues in the landscape outside NanaWall window-walls. The Gio pendant by Room adds warmth to the space. Jiun Ho’s Ulu table (seen on previous page) adds a sculptural element. Right: A pair of Jacobssen sconces illuminate the foyer.
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Most rooms, including the upstairs bedrooms, have ocean views. The principal level, which encompasses the kitchen, dining and living rooms, is also connected along the exterior by a 78-foot main terrace, overlooking the sea and creating an indoor-outdoor circulation loop. “I wanted the interiors to be very neutral and for the focus to be on the spectacular scenery outside,” says Story. “I took my palette from the sky, beach, water and trees.” The flooring is of white oak, complementing the casual chic beach décor. The walls are mostly a creamy hue with minimal moldings, serving as a backdrop to clean-lined transitional furnishings.
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The saturated blue of a James Nares painting is picked up in a single thick stripe on an accent pillow from ABC Home. The Lotus table by Baker and chaise by Paul McCobb in Christopher Farr Cloth fabric lends a nature-inspired feel.
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Seating is upholstered in comfortable fabrics with stain-resistant finishes. Patterns are used sparingly, either simple geometric variations or abstract organic shapes. In the serene sand-and-shell-hued living room, silk area rugs add warmth to the floors, linen curtain panels subtly frame expansive window-walls and delicate sheers filter sunlight as needed. “The living room is a large rectangular space, so I broke it up by creating two separate sitting areas,” Story says. “The immediate family uses the more casual one centered around the fireplace. The other, which is slightly more formal, works well when they host social events.” 222 L U X E I N T E R I O R S
Knicker counterstools by Blu Dot pull up to a classic white quartzite countertop by ABC Stone, while peripheral counters are showcased in absolute black granite by North Shore Stone and Mason Supply Corp. Charles Edwardsâ€™ Round Manhattan lanterns provide task lighting above.
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“I wove in metal accents, too,” Story adds. “Especially in a neutral space, you can create drama and interest with metals. Bronze, brass, iron and nickel can all be reflective.” Story also uses the material in her bold yet airy light fixtures, lending rooms focal points. Lacquered finishes are another way the décor’s quiet neutrality is countered. There is a surge of saturated color by way of the lime green chair seats and curtain panels in the dining room, as well as the peacock blue wallpaper hand painted with a botanical theme. It works perfectly for more formal dinner parties at the beach. “For casual dining, I designed a perforated leather corner banquette in the kitchen,” says
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Though the cedar-shingled house presents a traditional façade on the street side, it possesses a contemporary look on the waterfront with stainless-steel rails and a terraced-stone arcade. The exterior stone veneers are by Charles Luck.
“MY CLIENTS HAVE ALWAYS LOVED S HELTER I SLAND AND ITS GETAWAY ATM OSPHERE.”
The master bedroom’s balcony sits peacefully above the treetops and boasts ocean views uninterrupted by the railings (placed horizontally for this reason). A B&B Italia Canasta chair and Janus et Cie Trennza lounge chair sit atop 24-by-24-inch wood deck tiles by Bison.
Italian walnut chairs from the 1950s pair well with a contrasting Nua dining table by Christophe Delcourt. The Stchu Moon pendant lamp creates a quiet glow in the otherwise color-saturated room, including striated lime green curtains in fabric by Nobilis.
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Story of seating in the practical wainscoted kitchen. “I also chose bluestone tile flooring for continuity with the outdoors, all fine with flip-flops or bare feet, and damp bathing suits.” In addition to the
Whimsical hand-painted Gracie wallpaper in peacock blue drenches the dining room in color. Light from Veronique sconces by Remains is reflected throughout the space in the Lucca Studio Kendall mirror, which hangs above a Montresor buffet by Jiun Ho from Dennis Miller.
kitchen’s adjacent enclosed porch which overlooks the pool and pool house, other outdoor areas include the master suite’s private balcony and the patio directly beneath the main terrace, with its base block-pillars, which add visual separation between the downstairs den and guest suites. “I created a lot of different ways to experience the captivating exterior,” Brandfonbrener says. “On the waterfront, there are modern windowwall openings with panoramic views, as well as balconies with linear
Above: Floral Venetian plaster serves as a backdrop for a wood-frame headboard and Casa del Bianco bedding in the master bedroom. Right: Custom teak cabinets by Cluffo add warmth to the spa-like master bathroom when paired with sleek wall tiles by Mosaic House and a custom floor mosaic by Nemo Tile.
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stainless railings enhancing the sight lines.” Builder Steve Christie adds of the main terrace, “What made it special was the bluestone finish over the steel and cement arcade foundation. There’s even up-lighting in the floor for parties at night!” The resulting house is harmonious in design and at one with its environment. “The homeowners are really happy,” Story says, adding, “They originally thought it would just be their summer house, but they now use it for all kinds of occasions year-round.” L
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A comfortable slipcovered chair pulls up to an 18th-century wooden chest from Suzanne Golden Antiques in a cozy reading nook in the master bedroom. Soft mustard yellow drapes in fabric by Sabina Fay Braxton add just a touch of color to an otherwise neutral space.
SETTING THE STAGE A LONG ISLAND HOUSE GETS A THEATRICAL MAKEOVER TO SUIT ITS MAIN CHARACTER, A THEATER PRODUCER WITH A HOST OF AWARD-WINNING SHOWS ON HIS RÉSUMÉ. W R I T T E N B Y JO RGE S. A RA N G O
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HOME BUILDER Edward Reis, D. Reis Contracting Corp. SQUARE FEET 7,200
would rather be poor in a cottage full of books than a king without the desire to read,” said the 19th-century English historian Thomas Babington Macaulay. Fortunately, this was a choice the owner of this house in the Long Island hamlet of
Manhasset never had to face. While he may not have imperial lineage, he is royalty in his field—the theater—where he has produced some of the biggest hits on Broadway and London’s West End. “He’s an Anglophile and loves to read,” confirms designer Sandra Nunnerley. “So the house has lots of perches to sit with a book.” The stunning testament to her client’s avocation is an impressive library with a design appropriately informed by a famous musical. “Remember that handsome paneled library in My Fair Lady where Henry Higgins teaches Eliza Doolittle how to properly pronounce ‘the rain in Spain?’ ” asks Nunnerley. “That was our inspiration.” When he went looking for a home, says the client, “I was a single man living with three children” (all now at college). “It had to have a masculine feel, but not overly so,” he says, “and I didn’t want it to be too formal. I had lived in London for eight years and liked the English cottage sensibility.” He thought he’d found these qualities, says architect Arthur S. Pier, in a circa 1960s ranch that in the ‘80s had received a “faux Georgian brick veneer.” Though ambitious original plans called for major refacing, recalls Pier, “The owner decided he didn’t want to draw attention, so he liked the fact that what was presented on the exterior was not much,
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Chagall paintings portraying vibrant bouquets flank the living roomâ€™s Adam Revival-style mantel, which designer Sandra Nunnerley found in London. A circa 1875 Sultanabad rug grounds a conversation area featuring a burgundy flannel-covered sofa and a George Smith reading chair in tobacco leather. An octagonal mirror by Gracie centers the room.
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Architect Arthur S. Pier added patios that cater to his client’s penchant for casual outdoor entertaining. Here, a custom duVal seating group from McKinnon and Harris offers comfortable al fresco lounging, and umbrellas from Santa Barbara Designs provide nessecary shade. Opposite: In the dining room, a 19th-century English étagère holds antique silver and Korean ceramics. Above it is a Paul Cadmus painting from the owner’s private collection.
The dining room’s maize silk-covered walls serve as a backdrop to a custom Regencystyle commode, a William Glackens painting from the homeowner’s collection and 18th-century Chinese porcelain.
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and that the surprise was inside.” Creating that surprise, however, took two years because the team discovered “it had been poorly built and spaces were haphazardly linked.” Pier and Nunnerley brought rationality to the floor plan by creating more classical Georgian axes off a central entry stair (also redesigned) and opening the rear façade to the outdoors with French doors and patios. Kids’ rooms went upstairs, while their father’s suite remained on the ground floor, adjacent, by request, to his library, which the team made double height and paneled. “The extent of the millwork was extraordinary,” explains builder Edward Reis, who actually made and applied the veneers. “The French walnut in the library is very high-end and not available in bulk. The trees grow wildly, not straight up, so the perfect pieces are rare.”
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A mahogany Sheraton table sits under Charles Parisâ€™ Arceaux chandelier and is paired with antique dining chairs. Opposite the dining table is an 18th-century Chinese bamboo altar table; underfoot, a circa 1900 Persian Tabriz rug from Doris Leslie Blau.
An area outside the wine cellar and tasting room serves as a gallery of posters from plays produced by the homeowner. The caned bench from the ownerâ€™s collection provides extra seating and mimics the wicker storage basket on the floor. The deep vermilion paint color was custom-created for the space.
Above: D. Reis Contracting Corp. did all the millwork in the phenomenal library, which was then given a lustrous polish by Laszlo Sallay of Buontalenti, Ltd. An antique Dutch chandelier, in painted bronze, was purchased from Remains Lighting. Left: The custom Chippendale-style mahogany partners desk is also an antique.
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The client and his team justified the expense because architectural detail made the house “look like it’s always been there,” says Nunnerley, who also had new fumed-oak floors laid throughout. “No polyurethane or varnish,” she adds. “It’s a bit rough and raw, which gives it this wonderful aged look.” Pier adds, “All the moldings and trim bring a consistency to the house that it originally lacked.” Nunnerley’s take on English cottage style is “cleaner and clearer, but with the same sense of history and ease,” she says. So she appointed interiors with an uncluttered mix of antiques and comfy upholstered custom seating—a roomy flannel sofa in the living room next to a
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spectacular circa 1700 Adam Revival marble fireplace; a 19th-century Chinese altar table in the dining room with a Sheraton-style radial table surrounded by custom upholstered chairs; and contemporary English club sofas with turned legs facing each other across an airy family room. There are also antique porcelains and diverse artworks by Marc Chagall, William Glackens and Norman Rockwell, among others. And books. “I think he practically lives in the library surrounded by all his books,” says Nunnerley, only half in jest. “I can understand why. For a man who loves ideas, it’s the ultimate luxury.” One could even say a kingly one. L
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The master bedroom walls and drapes showcase Veere Grenneyâ€™s Soundess blue linen. Lighting the room, which includes a custom headboard by Nunnerley, is a Swedish alabaster fixture from the early 1900s and a Colonial-style wall sconce from Eileen Lane Antiques. Eve Arnoldâ€™s 1960 photo of Marilyn Monroe anchors a corner.
DRAPERY FABRIC Kravet Inc. Bethpage, NY 516.293.2000
CHAIRS Vladimir Kagan Couture Showrooms New York, NY 212.689.0730
RUG ABC Carpet & Home New York, NY 212.473.3000
STATUE Christie’s New York, NY 212.636.2000
BOWLS Hillsdale General Store Hillsdale, NY 518.325.3310
TABLE Burton-Ching San Francisco, CA 415.522.5520
A R C H I T E C T U R E DHD Architecture and Design H O M E B U I L D E R Gargiula Construction Inc.
A R C H I T E C T U R E Hofmann Design Build, Inc.
I N T E R I O R D E S I G N DHD Architecture and Design
H O M E B U I L D E R Hofmann Design Build, Inc.
L A N D S CA P E A R C H I T E C T U R E Terrain
I N T E R I O R D E S I G N White Webb, LLC
APPLIANCES GE Monogram, Miele & Wolf Plessers Appliances Babylon, NY 877.957.5377 ARCHITECTURE DHD Architecture and Design New York, NY 212.477.7700 BREAKFAST NOOK CHANDELIER Ochre New York, NY 212.414.4332 ENTRY CHEST BDDW New York, NY 212.625.1230
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ENTRY FLOOR TILE Sicis New York, NY 212.965.4100 HOME BUILDER Gargiula Construction Inc. Quogue, NY 631.653.4241 INTERIOR DESIGN DHD Architecture and Design New York, NY 212.477.7700 KITCHEN COUNTERTOPS Caesarstone Van Nuys, CA 818.779.0999 KITCHEN DINING CHAIRS Hans J. Wegner Suite New York New York, NY 212.421.3300
LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE Terrain New York, NY 212.537.6080
ARCHITECTURE Hofmann Design Build, Inc. Morristown, NJ 973.998.6820
HOME BUILDER Hofmann Design Build, Inc. Morristown, NJ 973.998.6820
LIVING ROOM CHAIRS Jens Risom Ralph Pucci International New York, NY 212.633.0452
BEDROOM CHAIRS Pat McGann Gallery Los Angeles, CA 310.657.8708
INTERIOR DESIGN White Webb, LLC New York, NY 212.889.2900
BEDROOM RUG Safavieh New York, NY 212.683.8399
KITCHEN BAR CHAIRS TK Collections New York, NY 212.213.2470
CABINETRY Living Spaces Morristown, NJ 973.998.6820
KITCHEN LIGHT PENDANTS Thomas O’Brien Circa Lighting Savannah, GA 912.447.1008
LIVING ROOM SIDE CHAIR George Smith New York, NY 212.759.7888
LIBRARY CHAIR Jimmy’s Upholstery Inc Long Island City, NY 718.389.0882
WINDOWS Marvin Windows and Doors Warroad, MN 888.537.7828
LIVING ROOM SCONCES Lindsey Adelman Studio New York, NY 212.473.2501 POOL FENCE Stainless Architectural Metalworks Inc. Garfield, NY 973.955.2020
COUNTERTOPS Peter Brooks Stone Works Wood-Ridge, NJ 201.460.7505
LIBRARY MIRROR Adesso Eclectic Imports Los Angeles, CA 323.939.5800 LIVING ROOM COFFEE TABLE Custom White Webb, LLC New York, NY 212.889.2900 LIVING ROOM RUG Patterson, Flynn & Martin New York, NY 212.688.7700
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Greg Zwirko, AIA Robert Ortmann, AIA 219 Pantigo Road, East Hampton, NY 11937 631-324-1088 www.zoarchitects.com
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WOOD FLOOR SUPPLIER Exquisite Surfaces New York, NY 212.355.7990
ROUND TABLE Jiun Ho Dennis Miller Associates New York, NY 212.684.0070
RUG Fort Street Studio New York, NY 212.925.5383
A R C H I T E C T U R E Joshua Brandfonbrener Architect
FLOOR LAMP John Boone, Inc. New York, NY 212.758.0012
ARMCHAIR George Smith New York, NY 212.759.7888
H O M E B U I L D E R Farrell Building Company
H O M E B U I L D E R D. Reis Contracting Corp. I N T E R I O R D E S I G N Sandra Nunnerley, Inc.
DINING ROOM CHAIRS Eccola Los Angeles, CA 323.932.9922
BEDROOM NIGHTSTAND Bungalow 5 New York, NY 212.947.1500
DINING ROOM MIRROR Lucca Antiques New York, NY 212.343.9005
BREAKFAST NOOK BANQUETTE Luther Quintana Upholstery New York, NY 212.462.2033 CABINETRY Ciuffo Cabinetry Deer Park, NY 631.586.5976
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DINING ROOM TABLE Christophe Delcourt Ralph Pucci International New York, NY 212.633.0452 EXTERIOR STONEWORK Charles Luck Manakin, VA 804.708.5700
MIRROR Gracie New York, NY 212.924.6816
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AT THE TOP OF THE WORLD, COLD SPRING, NEW YORK This classically-styled Hudson River Estate seamlessly blends old-world materials and enduring craftsmanship with all the amenities necessitated by a modern lifestyle. On a mountaintop retreat, this 18,000 square foot sprawling stone chateau takes full advantage of the spectacular views afforded by West Point, the Bear Mountain Bridge and the New York City skyline, which are visible from almost every vantage point within the home and outdoor terrace complex. A place where you are truly, at the top of the world! MLS#3315295, Hope Mazzola, 914.714.0090, $9,750,000
THE SPIRAL HOUSE, OLD GREENWICH, CONNECTICUT A commanding presence on Connecticutâ€™s sparkling Gold Coast, this modern residential masterpiece offers panoramic seascapes from every room. Designed with the expertise of coastal engineers and award-winning architect Joeb Moore, it is an extraordinary visual experience of linear and angular aesthetics, creating a seamless continuity of space between inside and outside. Bordering the associationâ€™s deeded open lawns, private beach and small boat launch area, this outstanding property enjoys level lawns, seawalls and a magnificent, protected waterfront lifestyle. MLS#84722, Alison Farn Leigh, 203.667.7832, $7,995,000
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Greenwich, CT $13,900,000 MLS#84527, Joy Metalios, 917.620.9121
Rye, NY $8,200,000 MLS#3312110, Nancy Everett, 914.584.5575
Greenwich, CT $6,995,000 MLS#84857, Jean Ruggiero, 203.552.0937
Greenwich, CT $6,795,000 MLS#84706, Jean Ruggiero, 203.552.0937
Newton, MA $6,400,000 MLS#71506957, J. Enright/R. Allen, 617.947.0704
Fairfield, CT $5,998,000 MLS#99018215, Michelle&Company, 203.454.4663
Westport, CT $5,875,000 MLS#99013374, E. Landau/D. Andreoli, 203.856.7479
Fairfield, CT $5,499,000 MLS#99019808, Al Filippone Assoc., 203.913.9454
Wellesley, MA $4,450,000 MLS#71477198, Christine Norcross, 781.929.4994
Chappaqua, NY $4,325,000 MLS#3300132, Bonnie Golub, 914.645.5999
Westport, CT $4,295,000 MLS#99020398, Michelle&Company, 203.454.4663
Chappaqua, NY $4,200,000 MLS#3234819, Bonnie Golub, 914.645.5999
Greenwich, CT $3,995,000 MLS#84414, Kim Gershuny, 203.561.7107
New Canaan/Darien, CT $3,775,000 MLS#99017503, April Kaynor, 203.216.2194
Ridgefield, CT $3,590,000 MLS#99024791, David Everson, 203.246.7150
Stamford/Shippan Point, CT $3,500,000 MLS#99025513, NicoleJBates Team, 203.912.9778
Warren, CT $3,500,000 MLS#99025143, Stacey Matthews, 860.868.9066
Brookline, MA $3,395,000 MLS#71509577, Robin Allen, 617.921.1019
Stamford, CT $3,300,000 MLS#99024713, Steve Anastos, 203.461.0153
Greenwich, CT $3,295,000 MLS#99016337, Kaye Lewis, 203.249.9603
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Westport, CT $3,150,000 MLS#99020066, Nancye Fritz, 203.247.5134
Stamford, CT $3,100,000 MLS#99023051, Barbara Ryan, 203.326.1144
New Canaan, CT $2,795,000 MLS#99023031, Wendy Brainard, 203.253.7790
Chappaqua, NY $2,795,000 MLS#3306557, Susan Shopkorn, 914.462.2506
Fairfield, CT $2,550,000 MLS#99014564, Al Filippone Assoc., 203.241.7461
New Canaan, CT $2,495,000 MLS#99018537, April Kaynor, 203.216.2194
Redding, CT $2,250,000 MLS#99026163, Brian Amen, 203.536.5958
New Milford, CT $1,999,999 MLS#99023620, Gary Passineau, 203.788.5115
Redding, CT $1,995,000 MLS#99023216, Diane Millas, 203.722.8349
Farmington, CT $1,980,000 MLS#G637649, Karen Campagna, 860.559.4259
Stamford, CT $1,975,000 MLS#99007592, Michael Borowik, 203.253.6551
Wilton, CT $1,835,000 MLS#99026800, Julie Carney, 203.451.9966
Stamford, CT $1,799,000 MLS#99018820, Melodye Colucci, 203.667.8077
Ridgefield, CT $1,579,000 MLS#99023175, David Everson, 203.246.7150
Fairfield, CT $1,399,000 MLS#99023256, Al Filippone Assoc., 203.339.1277
Fairfield, CT $1,399,000 MLS#99025040, Al Filippone Assoc., 203.362.8316
Norwalk/Silvermine, CT $1,327,425 MLS#99023585, Judy Hyers, 203.866.1973
Stamford, CT $1,269,000 MLS#99021420,Anne & Greg Crawford, 203.829.1083
Palisades/Snedens, NY, $1,199,000 MLS#536318, Debbie Blankfort, 914.522.5426
Trumbull, CT $899,000 MLS#99020120, Carole Hendrickson, 203.856.1920
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A LAID-BACK CALIFORNIA DESIGNER GIVES A LESSON ON DECORATING WITH A VIBRANT YELLOW PALETTE IN MIND. HINT: IT’S ALL ABOUT THE NEUTRAL PAIRINGS.
PERFECT PAIR In the courtyard of this California town home, designer David Dalton echoed the sunny palette of the interior to tie
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the two spaces together. “When the
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background is set in an almost blackand-white way, color becomes more of a feature,” he explains. Dalton admits that the most challenging aspect of decorating with yellow is that the golden color can be quite powerful, and
suggests letting it take center stage, supported by a cast of muted hues. “It���s best set against neutrals or black and white,” he adds; a lesson exhibited quite well in the terrace pictured here.
When the background is set in an almost black-and-white way, color becomes more of a feature.
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ADD A SPOT OF SUNSHINE WITH YELLOW PAINT IN EVERY HUE.
*Dalton’s tried-and-true selections
“My favorite hue of yellow is
the Imperial yellow from the Ancient Chinese court, which is frequently paired with other spicy colors and is used in generous quantities with black.”
This 1960s-inspired club chair is just the right dose of color. Mrs. Godfrey chair in Stockholm Canary, $1,495; jonathanadler.com
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“I believe that color is a
great tool and is probably the thing that most affects the way we feel about the spaces we live in. I’m not afraid of color and like to use it in strong, clear doses.”
Pairing yellow with neutrals, a limited edition art print adheres to Dalton’s advice. Feather Monoprint: Yellow, $750; naturalcuriosities.com
“Yellow is best suited for somebody unafraid of color. However, I think that subconsciously, we all respond well to the hopefulness of yellow.”
A travertine top joins a geometric base to create one distinctive table design. Oscar dining table, $12,750; eggcollective.com
“The most unusual color I’ve ever tried in a design project is black. For some reason, most people in America have an aversion to ample amounts of black.”
Illuminate anything from a mantel to a bathroom with this sunny fixture. Sloane sconce, $1,300; urbanelectricco.com
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PROVING THAT A GORGEOUS GREEN WORKS WITH ANY AESTHETIC, THIS DESIGN DUO SETS THE RECORD STRAIGHT ON SHADES FROM AVOCADO TO OLIVE.
COLOR TRAITS When Katie Schroder and Erika Rundiks of Atelier Interior Design were challenged with infusing color and glamour into a traditional home, they accepted with gusto. The homeowner attributed her love of color to a childhood spent in India and was looking for a way to liven up her study. To do so, Schroder and Rundiks used a fabric shade and lacquered kelly green shelving unit to pop against neutral furnishings and graphic wallpaper. “That particular green works
Add color to the oft-forgotten ceiling with a lantern-style chandelier. Raj lantern by Coleen & Company, $3,800; deringhall.com
well with any style,” explain the designers. “The regalness of the color accentuates traditional design elements, but it can also serve as the added zip in a modern space.”
The regalness of the color accentuates traditional design elements, but it can also serve as the added zip in a modern space.
“Different shades of green make all the difference. Olive and sage are very livable and provide an almost neutral background, but bold varieties such as emerald or avocado make a fun statement in a small space like a powder room or an entryway.” “Living with green promotes creativity and a positive learning environment.” “To incorporate bold greens
Through a jolt of kelly green, a classic Chippendale chair gets a modern update. Jardin side chair, $625; bungalow5.com
on a smaller scale, the obvious pillows and throws come to mind, but a more unique approach is through the use of plants and greenery throughout your home.”
A green glass hurricane provides a subtle shade of emerald to any tablescape. Howard hurricane, $950; treillageonline.com
“Emerald green inspires us
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TRY A BOLD GREEN IN A SMALL SPACE.
*Atelier Interior Design’s favorites
because of its fresh yet bold nature. We recently found a silk ikat rug predominately colored in pinks and yellows, but the emerald green ground was what really pulled the design together and inspired the rest of the space.”
Vintage sari silks in saturated shades of greens and pinks make up this hand-spun rug. Aquasilk rug, $12,500; abccarpet.com
FUCHSIA TAKES CENTER STAGE IN THIS ROCKY MOUNTAIN ABODE AND WITH HELPFUL TIPS FROM A COLORADO DESIGNER, IT CAN PLAY A STARRING ROLE IN ANY SPACE.
UNEXPECTED TWIST To please his fashion-forward client, designer Eddy Doumas used a classic BENJAMIN MOORE
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mountain house as a neutral backdrop for an energetic color palette of jewel tones. “The homeowner strode onto the construction site wearing Chanel boots, and it was obvious she had an amazing
sense of style,” says Doumas. “We knew we had to do something totally surprising.” In the entry, a cognac leather settee is accented with a raspberry-colored rug, a fuchsia suede bench and jewel-like chandelier. Doumas notes that “these colors are as far from the expected earth tones as you can get.”
FUCHSIA PAINT IN EVERY SHADE FOR THE FEARLESS DECORATOR.
*Doumas’s stamp of approval
We knew we had to do something totally surprising. These colors are as far from the expected earth tones as you can get.
“When decorating with fuchsia,
it’s important not to overpower the space. Make sure to temper this bold hue with neutrals. It also works well with small doses of yellow and orange tones.”
Atop a handcrafted wooden frame, a raspberry fabric adorns this petite seat. The Maugham chair, $12,600; soane.co.uk
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“The most unusual color I’ve
ever tried in a design project is “Safety Cone” orange, and as with any strong color, the challenge is restraint.”
Infuse color with a Murano glass lamp in a sweet shade of cranberry. Barovier & Toso Murano glass lamp, $5,750; swanklighting.com
“To incorporate fuchsia
on a smaller scale, try a oversize bouquet of freshly cut fuchsia peonies in a neutral room for a bold but temporary statement.”
In the daintiest of doses—like this darling tea cup—fuchsia looks downright sophisticated. Etoiles tea cup, $119; bernardaud.fr
“My favorite color combination always seems to be changing, but these days, I am really into gray paired with green accents.”
Multicolored graphic stripes add a modern twist to a lightweight cotton blanket. Amaleah blanket, $290; dbryantarchie.com
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WALKING ON WOOD 1127 2nd Avenue New York, New York | 212.832.2500 walkingonwood.com
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IH DESIGN STUDIO 203.969.7227 ihdesignstudio.com
PORTA ROMANA New York, New York portaroma-usa.com
BC HOME 330 Himmarshee Street, Suite 201 Fort Lauderdale, Florida | 954.759.5873 bchomeusa.com
INTERIEURS 228 East 58th Street New York, New York | 212.343.0800 interieurs.com
RUMRUNNER HOME Wainscott, New York | 631.725.1379 rumrunnerhome.com
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J. ROBERT SCOTT 500 North Oak Street Inglewood, California | 877.207.5130 jrobertscott.com
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J. TRIBBLE COLLECTION 747 Miami Circle Atlanta, Georgia | 888.652.6116 jtribble.com
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CHRISTOPHER GUY 8900 Beverly Boulevard West Hollywood, California | 310.461.3250 christopherguy.com
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CINEAK 480 Gate 5 Road, Suite 126 Sausalito, California | 866.458.0529 cineak.com
LA VINTAGE FURNISHINGS 4835 West Jefferson Boulevard Los Angeles, California | 323.730.9732 lavintagefurnishings.com
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CLIFF YOUNG LTD. 200 Lexington Avenue, Suite 505 New York, New York | 212.683.8808 cliffyoungltd.com
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VOCE DI 43-45 Grand Street New York, New York | 212.775.8011 vocedi.com
DIANE PAPARO STUDIO, LTD. 212.308.9019 dpstudiousa.com
LEXINGTON HOME BRANDS lexington.com
WHITE BIRCH STUDIO 3 Sconset Square Westport, Connecticut | 203.557.9137 whitebirchstudio.com
EBANISTA 800.570.1087 ebanista.com
LIGNE ROSET 800.BY.ROSET ligne-roset-usa.com
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CONSOLIDATED PLUMBING SUPPLY 121 Stevens Avenue Mt. Vernon, New York | 914.668.3124 consolidatedplumbingsupply.com
KATONAH ARCHITECTURAL HARDWARE 135 East 55th Street, 7th Floor New York, New York | 212.813.9680 katonahhardware.com
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EGGERSMANN USA 800.276.1239 | firstname.lastname@example.org eggersmannusa.com
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LYNNE SCALO DESIGN 23 Jesup Road Westport, Connecticut | 203.222.4991 lynnescalo.com
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SA BAXTER 800.407.4295 sabaxter.com
MABLEY HANDLER INTERIOR DESIGN 631.726.7300 mableyhandler.com
J. TRIBBLE COLLECTION 747 Miami Circle Atlanta, Georgia | 888.652.6116 jtribble.com
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MAR SILVER DESIGN 203.341.0413 marsilverdesign.com
LACAVA 888.522.2823 lacava.com
M. FREDERICK 49 US Highway 202 Far Hills, New Jersey | 908.669.4784 mfrederick.com
MAJESTIC KITCHENS & BATHS 700 Fenimore Road Mamaroneck, New York | 914.381.1302 majestickitchens.com
ODP ARCHITECTS 4601 Sheridan Avenue, Suite 300 Hollywood, Florida | 954.518.0833 odparchitects.com
PAULA MCDONALD 220 5th Avenue, 4th Floor New York, New York | 212.564.3693 pmddllc.com
RINFRET, LTD. 203.622.0000 rinfretltd.com
POLIFORM 888.POLIFORM poliformusa.com
JABLONSKI ASSOCIATES 59 Grove Street New Canaan, Connecticut | 203.966.3636 jablonskiassociates.com
SHERYL BLEUSTEIN INTERIORS 954.445.0897 sherylbleusteininteriors.com
SIEMATIC MÖBELWERKE USA 215.604.1350 email@example.com siematic.us
JOHN PETROCELLI CONSTRUCTION INC. 7 East Abbot Avenue Palisades Park, New Jersey | 201.945.5600 jpetroco.com
ST. CHARLES OF NEW YORK 150 East 58th Street, 8th Floor New York, New York | 212.838.2812 stcharlesusa.net
SIEMATIC NEW YORK A+D Building, 150 East 58th Street, 8th Floor New York, New York | 212.752.7900 siematic-newyork.com
ROBERT A. CARDELLO ARCHITECTS 97 Washington Street South Norwalk, Connecticut 203.853.2524 | cardelloarchitects.com
VEDERE 313 West 37th Street, Suite 601 New York, New York | 212.967.9701 vedere.com
ST. CHARLES OF NEW YORK 150 East 58th Street, 8th Floor New York, New York | 212.838.2812 stcharlesusa.net
TACONIC BUILDERS 39 West 37th Street New York, New York | 212.929.7811 taconicbuilders.com
WHITE WEBB 105 East 34th Street, Suite 116 New York, New York | 212.889.2900 whitewebb.com
CRESCENDO DESIGNS 641 County Road, Suite 39A Southampton, New York | 631.283.2133 crescendodesigns.com
HOME BUILDERS + REMODELERS
HUNTTING INN 94 Main Street East Hampton, New York | 631.324.0410 hunttinginn.com
LANDSBERG JEWELERS 66 West 47th Street New York, New York | 212.391.1980 landsbergjewelers.com SORAB & ROSHI 30 West Putnam Avenue Greenwich, Connecticut | 203.869.5800 sorabandroshi.com
PLANT SPECIALISTS 4225 Vernon Boulevard New York, New York | 718.392.9404 plantspecialists.com
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EDITION MODERN 3268 Modwale Avenue Los Angeles, California editionmodern.com
CARMINE D’UVA GENERAL CONTRACTING, INC. 25 Route 100, Katonah, New York 914.245.7869 | carmineduva.com
THE RESIDENCES VICEROY SNOWMASS 855.923.4500 viceroysnowmasssales.com
HI-LIGHT 2455 Central Park Avenue Yonkers, New York | 914.779.6628 hilight.com
PRIDE FAMILY BRANDS Fort Lauderdale, Florida 954.735.9800 pridefamilybrands.com
WILLIAM RAVEIS REAL ESTATE, MORTGAGE & INSURANCE 7 Trap Falls Road, Shelton, Connecticut 877-298-2780 | raveis.com
INTERIEURS 228 East 58th Street New York, New York | 212.343.0800 interieurs.com
TEAK WAREHOUSE Redondo Beach, California | 800.343.7707 teakwarehouse.com
LIGHTOLOGY 866.954.4489 lightology.com/luxe
WEATHEREND 800.456.6483 weatherend.com
LITTMAN BRANDS littmanbrands.com
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25/70 4499 Fox Street Denver, Colorado | 303.551.7172 25-70.com
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PORTA ROMANA New York, New York portaroma-usa.com
B & B POOL AND SPA CENTER 787 Chestnut Ridge Road Chestnut Ridge, New York | 888.737.2925 bbpoolandspa.com
ABC STONE 234 Banker Street Brooklyn, New York | 718.389.8360 abcworldwidestone.com
WIRED CUSTOM LIGHTING 8690 National Boulevard Culver City, California | 310.229.9500 wired-designs.com
SHORELINE POOLS 393 West Avenue Stamford, Connecticut | 203.967.1203 shorelinepools.com
ANTOLINI LUIGI antoliniprecioustone.com
CHARLES P. ROGERS & CO. 26 West 17 Street New York, New York | 866.891.0372 charlesprogers.com
HG STONES 272 Johnson Avenue Brooklyn, New York | 800.216.0670 hgstones.com
DUXIANA 235 East 58th Street New York, New York | 212.755.2600 duxiana.com
CORCORAN - TIM DAVIS 631-283-7300 corcoran.com/tgdavis
SILESTONE AUTHENTIC LIFE 866.268.6837 silestoneusa.com
SAVOIR BEDS 28 Wooster Street New York, New York | 212.226.3640 savoirbeds.com
DOUGLAS ELLIMAN REAL ESTATE 800.355.4626 askelliman.com
SOLARIUM 65 Davids Drive Hauppauge, New York | 800.216.0670 hgstones.com/solarium
SCANDIA HOME scandiahome.com
DOUGLAS NEWBY & ASSOCIATES 100 Highland Park Village, Suite 200 Dallas, Texas | 214.522.1000 significanthomes.com
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LUXURY PORTFOLIO FINE PROPERTY COLLECTION luxuryportfolio.com
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SAUNDERS 2287 Montauk Highway Bridgehampton, New York | 631.537.5454 saunders.com
TRANSFORM 20 Jones Street New Rochelle, New York | 212.584.9580 transformhome.com
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2013 LCDQ M E M B E RS H I P Antique Rug Company & The Rug Affair I Antonio’s Bella Casa I Baker Furniture I Barclay Butera Interiors Inc. I Claremont Furnishing Fabrics Co. I Compas Connoisseur Antiques I Dedon I Downtown I Dragonette Ltd I Egg & Dart Home I Elizabeth Eakins, Inc. I Fuller + Roberts Co. I George Smith I Gina Berschneider, Inc. Hallworth I Harbinger I Hollyhock I Hollywood Sierra Kitchens I Jamal’s Rug Collections I Janet Yonaty, Inc. I Jasper I Jean de Merry I Jimmy’s Rug Gallery John J. Nelson Antiques I Keith H. McCoy & Associates I Kelly Wearstler I Lee Stanton Antiques I Marge Carson I Mecox I Mehraban Oriental Rugs I MK Collection The Nanz Company I Nathan Turner I Off The Wall Antiques I Outside Downtown I Quatrain I Ralf’s Antiques, Inc. I Reborn Antiques I Remains Lighting Renaissance Design Studio I Rose Tarlow Melrose House I The Rug Company I Scalamandre I Sherle Wagner International I Soli Architectural Surfaces Stark Home I Studio Workshops I Sydney Harbour Paint Company I Szalon I Therien I Tufenkian Artisan Carpets I Waterworks I Woven Accents facebook.com/lcdqla
DISCOVER DESIGNS THAT ARE LEADING THE INDUSTRY IN STYLE, QUALITY AND INNOVATION.
1. The special edition rock crystal and brass table lamp, designed by Patrick Dragonette, is part of the Dragonette Private Label Collection. These one-off designs are available exclusively through Dragonette Limited. Price upon request. dragonetteltd.com 2. From The Revivals Line at Szalon, designed by Judith Hoffman, the Alex Wall Console combines natural walnut veneer with nickel hardware. szalonantiques.com
Photography by Sylvie Cogranne
lcdq panel at george smith. On May 9, Luxe Interiors + Design partnered with George Smith as part of LCDQ, and hosted a panel moderated by Editor in Chief Pamela Jaccarino. On how and why legendary designers from the past influence todayâ€™s top talent. The panel was to a standing-room-only crowd and included esteemed designers Philip Gorrivan, Jaime Rummerfield, Ron Woodson and Mark D. Sikes. Special thanks to Greg Upson, Patricia and the George Smith team for their generosity and support, and to DSI for the sound.
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GEORGICA POND FRONT, EAST HAMPTON $29,995,000. WEB: 0035447 Bridgehampton Brokerage, Beate V. Moore, Licensed Salesperson, 631.613.7316
ESTATE SECTION, SOUTHAMPTON $18,250,000. WEB: 0055993 Southampton Brokerage, Pat Petrillo, Associate Broker, 631.227.4916
NEW CUSTOM ESTATE, WAINSCOTT SOUTH $14,900,000. WEB: 0036651 Bridgehampton Brokerage, Dana Trotter, Associate Broker, 631.613.7436
WATERFRONT CROWN JEWEL, SHELTER ISLAND $28,500,000. WEB: 0056072 Southampton Brokerage, John McHugh, Associate Broker, 631.227.4937
Rendering ELEGANT NEW MANOR HOME, PREMIERE LOCATION, WATER MILL SOUTH $9,995,000. WEB: 0036802 East Hampton Brokerage, Bill Williams, Associate Broker 631.907.8465 Bridgehampton Brokerage, Beate V. Moore, Licensed Salesperson, 631.613.7316
VILLAGE WITH POOL, EAST HAMPTON EXCLUSIVE. $7,600,000. WEB: 0045364 East Hampton Brokerage, Fred Butti, Associate Broker, 631.907.8441
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Photography by Jonathan Beckerman
d&d spring market kickoff. Luxe Interiors + Design celebrated Spring Market week with a lively panel discussion on rugs at the newly renovated Doris Leslie Blau at New York’s D&D Building. Editor in Chief Pamela Jaccarino engaged noted designers Bunny Williams, Marshall Watson and Jennifer Post in front of a standing-room-only crowd. Later that day, the Luxe team hosted a block party with the following showrooms: Agostino Antiques, Baroncelli, Carleton V, Création Baumann, Doris Leslie Blau, Farrow & Ball, Knoll, Léron, Richard Schultz, Rug Art International and Vaughan.
Presenting the Luxe Interiors + Design VIP Lounge Curated by Maria Greenlaw and Suzanne Caldwell of Design House
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greenwich style book signing. It was a perfect spring evening in May for a book signing party at Rinfret Home & Garden in Greenwich. Owner Cindy Rinfret provided refreshing cocktails and conversation as she signed her latest tome, Greenwich Style: Inspired Family Homes. Guests offered congratulations and had their own copy of the book signed while enjoying Rinfretâ€™s stylish boutique.
Photography by Jonathan Beckerman
ligne roset. Pierre Roset, Antoine Roset and Lori Bruno welcomed over 300 guests into the Park Avenue South showroom of Ligne Roset for the 40th birthday celebration of Togo. Attendees were treated to fun photographs of them posing in this iconic chair and the evening was highlighted with a champagne toast and the cutting of a spectacular cake made in the shape of the fabulous Togo furniture piece.
Photography by Jonathan Beckerman
boffi . Luxe Interiors + Design was proud to join Boffi Soho, in partnership with Miele, to celebrate Living Divaniâ€™s move into the Boffi Soho showroom. The newly curated space exudes a comfortable living environment, perfect for enjoying culinary curiosities and prosecco.
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The Palm Your Getaway in the Heart of East Hampton • Historic landmark in the heart of Main Street, featuring 19 guest rooms with private baths • Room packages include deluxe continental breakfast, WiFi, East Hampton Village beach passes with towels and chairs provided • Walking distance to all shops, theaters, beaches, LIRR and Hampton Jitney • Meeting & Conference Room available • Home to the famed Palm Restaurant, serving dinner nightly
94 Main Street, East Hampton Phone: 631-324-0410
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