Author: Laura Dunn
Date: 19th February, 2016
London Fashion Week kicks off in the capital on 19th February. Running until the 23rd February, we’re excited to see the new trends and items we’ll all be wearing for Autumn/Winter 2016!
Whilst the catwalk is always stylish, we are constantly inspired by the interiors of designer’s homes. From New York’s Upper East Side, to the chic 1st arrondissement of Paris, check out some of our favourite designer homes with tips on how to get their look in your own abode.
Preppy American designer Tory Burch lives in an apartment in The Pierre Hotel on New York’s Upper East Side. With a passion for orange and blue and white china, this is one seriously chic city pad.
Get the look: Tap into Burch’s love of blue and white with this pair of late 18th/early 19th century chargers.
Legendary designer Coco Chanel lived in a Parisian apartment at 31 Rue Cambon, beneath her atelier. Chanel’s apartment was an eclectic mix of French classic furniture, antiquities, and an ‘East meets West’ feel.
Get the look: Embrace Coco’s love of everything Chinese with this five panel lacquer screen.
Herrera’s Upper East Side apartment screams elegance. A mix of old and new, Herrera’s home is very much an expression of her personal, sophisticated style.
Get the look: This large Italian gilt mirror echoes a similar stunning piece in Herrera’s living room.
Aerin Lauder’s East Hampton hideaway was once the home of her grandmother, Estee Lauder. A mix of playful pattern and bold colour, Lauder loves to make a statement in every room of the house.
Get the look: Opt for a similar centre storage option to Lauder’s with our burr wood and brass Willy Rizzo Coffee Table.
Residing in a Greenwich Village apartment, menswear designer Thom Browne’s home is all about clean lines and strong colours.
Get the look: Get Browne’s minimalist theme with this pair of chrome and black lacquer armchairs.
Embracing the real life of a rancher, Ralph Lauren’s ranch in Colorado relies heavily on patterns, wood and a rustic, outdoorsy feel.
Get the look: Bring the outdoors into your home with this rustic side table crafted from burr wood with a crocodile skin top.