You know how Rachel Zoe always says, "I die"... I think my catch phrase for homes like this is "I drool." Hmmm... no? Don't think that phrase will catch on? K, well, worth a try. :)
Seriously, have a look at these drool-worthy photos:
This living room is my absolute favorite room.
The article describes the color palette, on paper, as "a funky '70s tapestry: teal, eggplant, acid-green, plum, cocoa, orange, lipstick-red." However, Adler reined in the color scheme by keeping the wall white allowing the textiles to act as the "juicy shades," Adler says.
My favorite pieces are the tufted leather ottoman, Wagner Bear Chair, and the flea market find Eva Peron portrait.
Next fave is this living room: Platner chairs, gold curtains, chandelier, teal velvet tufted ottoman... fabulous.
The artwork paired with the green chair upholstery and vintage vistosi chandelier makes this chic dining room also feel eclectic and curated.
Well, maybe this room is my favorite. Or maybe I just love them all! The sofa, chair and ottoman, and sconces are all vintage.
This scarlet kitchen by Schiffini is surprising to me!
I love what Adler says about her "gypsy-like" dressing room: "Every inch is like a cake with amazing embellishments and gorgeous textures." The article says that "Vintage frocks span one wall, Lepore's own designs hang on another, and there is row upon row of shoes. It is the boudoir of a chic magpie, someone with joie de vivre."
LOVE her closet (the poodle's name is Bunny- CUTE!)
The bedroom is surprisingly simple, with a few splashes of citron, pink, and blue.
Fabulously minimal bathroom
Her daughter Violet has SUCH a cool room. Velvet orange daybed, fuschia walls, powder blue chair, and Jonathan Adler printed pillows? So cool.
Don't you just want to be Nanette? Her home is sturely a true representation of her style. Just look at some of her spring 2010 collection :
Nanette is so cool.