9 ROOMS THAT PROVE BLUE AND WHITE MAKE THE PERFECT PAIR
In the Marrakech home of Samuel and Caitlin Dowe-Sandes, owners of Popham Design, an indigo-striped entry hall leads to the dining room. Cement tiles of their own design line the floors. The vintage chairs are by Harry Bertoia and Mart Stam.
For the living room of actress Ellen Pompeo's Hollywood villa, Martyn Lawrence Bullard dressed a custom-made sofa with pillows covered in Indian cotton throws. The Afghan wool dhurrie is from the 1930s, and the candelabra is by Picasso.
William Diamond and Anthony Baratta employed cobalt blue throughout the dining room of a Manhattan townhouse, from the Murano glass chandelier to the custom-made silk rug. The walls are covered in a velvet by Old World Weavers.
In an 1836 Manhattan townhouse, Miles Redd lined the master bedroom with Farrow & Ball wallpaper. The pelmet and curtains are custom made, and the headboard upholstery and canopy are of a Scalamandré silk.
Victoria Hagan anchored the living room of a home in Bridgehampton, New York, with an antique dhurrie. The sofas are covered in a Clarence House linen, and the white lacquered cocktail table is a custom design.
A bold botanical Larsen fabric unites the head- board, Roman shades, and light fixture of the master bedroom in a Sag Harbor, New York, weekend house designed by architect Campion Platt. The steel campaign trunk is vintage.
Source: Elle Deco