Mix and match patterns, embrace daring colours, layer rugs, and so much extra! AD100 designer David Easton and artist James Steinmeyer gave the lounge of their modern Tulsa, Oklahoma, getaway a heat makeover with Venetian-plaster walls painted in a Pratt & Lambert grey and Louis XVI-style slipper chairs upholstered in a crimson silk velvet.
In the living room of Meredith Melling and Zach Iscol’s retreat on Martha’s Vineyard has a stunning front room with a settee by Restoration Hardware lined in a Perennials linen , Hans Wegner chairs upholstered in a Brochier fabric and a walnut cocktail desk and stool that are customized.
Partitions in the a coastal cottage are sheathed in Phillip Jeffries’s Basket Case, which designer Frank Roop says has “a brawny texture that holds its own towards the chunky beadboard.” A custom couch coated in Manuel Canovas’s Brasilia invites visitors to unwind and prop up their toes on the vintage root table.
In this residing area hooked up to his research, a pair of classic sofas are upholstered in a Ralph Lauren House stripe, the Eero Saarinen desk is from Design Within Attain, barstools by CB2 are coated in a Katie Ridder cloth, the ceiling lantern is by Visual Comfort, the rug is by Ralph Lauren Dwelling, and the busts are by Oly.
At the Montauk, New York, home of designers Vicente Wolf and Matthew Yee, framed pictures from Wolf’s collection—including photos by Louise Dahl-Wolfe, Edward Steichen, and André Kertész—line the cabinets above the lounge’s sectional couch, which is upholstered in a Janus et Cie material.