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In the Southampton, New York, living room of Reed Krakoff, president and executive creative director of Coach, and his decorator wife, Delphine, the sofa is flanked by 1940s armchairs, and the throw pillows are covered in Pucci scarves. The paintings are by Ludwig Sander, the Ring cocktail table is a Garouste and Bonetti design, and the ostrich sculpture is by Diego Giacometti.
In a corner of art dealer Brent Sikkema's Manhattan master bedroom designed by Corinne Gilbert are a chest of drawers by François Corbeau and an Edward Wormley table; the paper cutout is by Kara Walker.
In a New York City dining room by Bibi Monnahan, the 1970s dining table and credenzas and leather-and-aluminum chairs are by Willy Rizzo, and the Hand and Foot chairs are by Pedro Friedeberg; on the wall is Andy Warhol Kissing Liza Minnelli, a gelatin silver print by Christopher Makos.
In the master bedroom of Muriel Brandolini’s New York City townhouse, the bed is upholstered in 18th-century French fabric and dressed in linens hand-embroidered in Vietnam; lamps made from parts of American printing presses flank the bed. The works on the wall include a painting by Philip Taaffe, a drawing by Van Day Truex, and two 18th-century French gold-embroidered panels; the Bons rug is by Fedora Design.
A mirrored-glass work by Rob Wynne hangs in the entry of Jason Pomeranc'sSoHo loft designed by Steven Sclaroff.
A giant silver-dollar replica from a thrift shop is set against walls painted Benjamin Moore’s Bold Yellow in the master bedroom ofJonathan Adler and Simon Doonan’s Florida condo; the Paul Evans chrome bed is dressed in a handwoven wool coverlet by Adler.
In Deborah Wecselman’s dining room of ELLE DECOR's Miami Showhouse, the custom-¬designed banquette is covered in a Holly Hunt velvet, the light fixture is by Billy Cotton, the vintage gold letters are from the designer’s collection, and the walls are painted in Ralph Lauren Paint’s Baltic Blue.
A bed in the living room of Inès de la Fressange's Provence home; the light fixtures are flea-market finds from Saint-Oue
BRASS-BASED DINING TABLE
In Jackie Astier's Manhattan apartment, a 19th-century French chandelier hangs above a dining table made from a pair of ’70s brass bases found on eBay; the ’40s French dining chairs are upholstered in a Lelièvre velvet, the shades are of a Lee Jofa silk, and the rug is by the Rug Company. The walls were painted with 10 coats of custom lacquer.
The cabinetry in a dressing room designed by Timothy Haynes and Kevin Roberts is lacquered in a custom lavender, the desk and chair are by Jansen, and the stools are by Silas Seandel; the Lobmeyr light fixture is from the ’60s, and the custom-made carpet is by Beauvais Carpets.
METALLIC LIGHT FIXTURE AND RAILING
In an entry hall designed by Kelly Wearstler, the light fixture is vintage, and the stone sculpture is from JF Chen; the walls are painted in Glidden's Onyx Black, the floor is patterned with three different marbles, and on the ceiling is a wall covering by SJW Studios.
The cabinetry in Jean-Louis Deniot's kitchen is clad in hammered silver, and the countertops and floor are marble; the brass-and- opaline light fixture is by Stilnovo, and the sink
Source: ELLE DECO