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KRIS Likes… Designer Dressing Rooms

“Dresses for breakfasts, and dinners, and balls;
Dresses to sit in, and stand in, and walk in;
Dresses to dance in, and flirt in, and talk in;
Dresses in which to do nothing at all;
Dresses for Winter, Spring, Summer, and Fall.”
~William Allen Butler, “Nothing to Wear”

Closet of Vivre founder Eva Jeanbart-Lorenzotti

One of the pitfalls of living New York City is there never seems to be enough closet space.  Especially, if you have a love affair with fashion that rivals my own!  With every new season, the task of changing out my wardrobe leaves me pining for a closet where everything I own is accessible and enticing.  Until my wardrobe wishes come true,  I sadly must live with the extreme case of closet envy I get when I see photographs of designer dressing rooms like the ones pictured below… Enjoy!

Heather Kerner Harpers Bazaar

Steven Gambrel

Aerin Lauder

Jeffry Weisman  Elle Decor

Pier Guerici New York Magazine

Kelly Wearstler (her own closet) – Canadian House and Home

Kelly Wearstler – Canadian House and Home

 Kelly Wearstler – Canadian House and Home

Victoria Hagan Dressing Room Architectural Digest December 2010

Miles Redd

Mariah Carey’s Closet Designed by Mario Buatta  –  Architectural Digest May 2007

Nanette Lepore’s Dressing Room Elle Decor

Laura Vinroot Poole – Domino Magazine

KRIS Likes… The Little Details

“People’s lives are expressed in little details….The soap in the bathroom, the flowers in the garden, the books on the bedside table are all strong symbols of a life in progress. You look at these details and a world unfolds – here are their books, the paintings they cherish, the music that soothes their souls.”  – Charlotte Moss, A Passion for Details

Kelly Wearstler

Putting together a vignette is like creating a beautiful still life.  The display of collections or placement of decorative objects may look simple and effortless but it requires a well-trained eye and is truly an art form.  When done correctly, a vignette can have a major visual and emotional impact on a room.   It fills in the blanks.  Pulls a room together.  Gives it polish and a personal touch.  Transforms a house into a home.  Changing a tabletop vignette is a simple and inexpensive way to alter the look of a room.  Hopefully, these images will help to inspire you…  Enjoy!

Apartment of Delfina Delettrez

Vincent Wolf

Richard Hallberg Veranda

Richard Hallberg Veranda

Phoebe Howard

Phoebe Howard

Apartment of Julie de Libran

Charlotte Moss

Steven Gambrel

Alberto Pinto Architectural Digest
Carrier & Co Room for 2011 Hearst Designer Visions
Kemble Interiors 2011 Kips Bay Showhouse via Heather Clawson

Lizzie Bailey Lonny Mag Feb:Mar 2010

Kemble Interiors 2011 Kips Bay Showhouse via Heather Clawson

Miles Redd

Miles Redd

Celerie Kemble via Lonny Magazine Oct:Nov 2011

KRIS Likes… The Entry Foyer

The entrance to a house is like the preface to a book; it should give you a sense of what you are entering, but not tell the whole story. – Libby Cameron

Michael Berman

Rob Southern

Windsor Smith

Todd Romano

Elizabeth Dinkel

Tory Burch Apartment Foyer designed by Daniel Romualdez

Steven Gambrel

Miles Redd

Kelly Wearstler

Cathy Kincaid

Victoria Hagan

Phoebe Howard

Noel Jeffrey

Kelly Wearstler