During our Italian Getaway I was on the hunt to snatch up as many European shelter mags as possible. I’m fascinated with gaining design inspiration from the way chic Europeans live. There is something tres inspiring about flipping through the glossy pages unable to read any of the text. It forces you to visually direct the images.
One of my favorite editorials was featured in French Architectural Digest, although it is located right here in the states. The beautiful and glamorous French jewelry designer, Marie-Helene de Taillac, created her real-estate counterpart in a girly-glam, New York pied-à-terre nestled above her new storefront. A feminine collection of vintage Milo Baughman chairs, modern Tom Dixon pendants, 1950s Murano glass, geometric wallpaper, embroidered family crests, and a few approachable Crate & Barrel pieces create a home as beautiful and colorful as her baubles…
And finally, my favorite piece of the puzzles, an ultra covetable powder room featuring Cole & Son’s Circus wallpaper.
An apartment fit for a modern-day Holly Golightly.