Yes, red, white, and blue rooms are chic year-round
In a home designed by Olivier Gagnère, the kitchen cabinetry is covered in crocodile-embossed leather, the dinosaur sculpture is by Sui Jianguo, and the wall color is Bible Black by Farrow & Ball.
The gallery of a Manhattan home by Miles Redd features a bench by John Rosselli Antiques and Decorations and a leather-covered door trimmed with silver nailheads; the floor is painted in a faux-marble pattern, and the walls are lacquered Yves Klein-blue.
In a child’s room in a home designed by Madeline Stuart, the bunk room’s metal bed is lacquered vermilion, and the vintage T. H. Robsjohn-Gibbings chair is covered in a Kravet fabric.
In a New York City home designed by Robert Couturier, a Jean Dubuffet painting is displayed above the living room sofa; the 18th-century chair is by Georges Jacob, and the cloisonné lamp is from the 1950s.
The living room of São Paulo–based designer Sig Bergamin’s Manhattan apartment. The ottoman, linen-covered chairs, and velvet armchair, which has a back upholstered in a Braquenié cotton, are by Bergamin. The photograph of Gisele Bündchen is by Michel Comte; the antique bone-inlaid screen was found in India.
In FrédéricFekkai and Shirin Von Wullfen’s New York City home designed by Robert Couturier, a Jean Dubuffet painting is displayed above the living room sofa; the 18th-century chair is by Georges Jacob, and the cloisonné lamp is from the 1950s.
In the library of Maryam Montague’s Moroccan home, a suzani from Kyrgyzstan covers a 1960s sofa found on eBay; the tables are made from Moroccan road signs, and a vintage wool blanket serves as a rug.
In Holly and Eric Montgomery’s Berkshires home, a painting by Holly hangs above a KaareKlint–inspired sofa by Munder-Skiles in a guest bedroom; the side table is by Nicholas Mongiardo, and the kilim is antique.
Source: ELLE DECO