Architectural Digest featured 14 living rooms that top designers had designed for themselves and their families. Uninhibited from any clientele liking
Architectural Digest featured 14 living rooms that top designers had designed for themselves and their families. Uninhibited from any clientele likings or limitations, a designer’s private space is the vital workroom for their creativity and can be a showcase for their talent. The living rooms on display range from over-the-top grandness to sleek minimalism and showcase each designer’s signature aesthetic. Designers such as Alexa Hampton, Jamie Drake and Allegra Hicks are featured below.
Hopefully you can find inspiration and ideas for your living room
The living room of designer David Kleinberg in East Hampton contains Twin French Art Deco zebrawood side tables, joined by Art Deco armchairs covered in a Rogers & Goffigon fabric
Andrew Fisher and Jeffry Weisman
The living room at the Mexico retreat home of Andrew Fisher and Jeffry Weisman feature pine beams underlining the ceiling. The French doors feature curtains of a Duralee velvet trimmed with an ikat by Kravet.
The living room of Muriel Brandolini, Hamptons Bays home features a vintage sofa from Alan Moss, upholstered in a Christopher Hyland fabric which is the centrepiece of the room
The California dream home of Abigail Turin includes B&B Italia sofas, grouped with Cappellini tables in the living room
The slipper chairs in the living room of Celerie Kemble’s Dominican Republic retreat are from the designer’s line for Henredon
An artwork by Terry Winters overlooks the Nashville, Tennessee, living room of interior designer Ray Booth and television executive John Shea.
A painting by Andro Wekua hangs between the windows in the living/dining room at Sara Story’s family compound in Texas
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