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“Minimalism to me is quite boring,” Selby readily admits. “When I started shooting people and their spaces in the early 2000s, that super-clean look was the dominant aesthetic. What I did was so embracing of maximalism and real life and messiness, it was a slap in the face to that whole thing.”
“They said they liked my personal interior style and wanted to create something which felt like an intimate gentlemen’s club—dark and intimate and a little bit sexy,” the designer explains.
The designer was adamant about maintaining the integrity of her new home. Thus, the original stone fireplaces, the tin ceilings, and even the clawfoot bathtub in the second-floor bathroom remained.
A cozy, contemporary home filled with custom-built California furniture, artworks created by family and friends, and vintage finds.
The designers behind Le Coucou, Chicago Athletic Association, and Top of the Standard share their secrets.
When Brynn Jones and her fiancé, Ness Saban, first set foot inside their Hollywood Hills house, they felt like they were stepping into another era.
Copenhagen’s famed restaurant, Noma, has had an outsize influence on interior design.
It’s far cry from the formal dining scene and jet-set aestheticusually associated with towns like Monaco, Nice, or St. Tropez—which is exactly what event designer Imogen Bailey intended.