I’ve always admired the Long Island home of menswear designer Derrick Miller and his wife, interior designer Jennifer Vaughn Miller. The salt box cottage was shot years ago by The Selby, and just last week, published by One Kings Lane. The new photos show a home that is lively as ever. The couple repainted the entire interior themselves and acquired their impressive antique collection over the years. It must be heaven for their four-year-old daughter, Tallulah. Explore more of the lovely home and shop similar pieces here.
If you love interior designer Miles Redd, you’ll enjoy this peek of his Fire Island home by T Magazine. The beachy spot is a departure from his typically traditional approach—the 1970s home is full of calm neutrals and clean lines. Much of the decor was left untouched since his 2006 purchase of the place, but there are still details that whisper of Redd’s trademark style (a topiary here, a fully-stocked cocktail tray there). Scroll to the bottom for ideas on channeling this laid back look.
How I’d channel Miles Redd’s Fire Island look:
Manchester Outdoor Dining Chair, $396
(currently 20% off with code OUTDOOR)
White Belgian Linen Sheets, from $35 (on sale)
(interior photography by Blaine Davis)
J.Crew sister-brand Madewell launched their fall 2016 look book yesterday and I’m loving the smartly layered looks. Some of the ensembles have a classic collegiate vibe, while others flaunt a chic urban feel. Of course all have hint of tomboy, true to the Madewell brand. Explore their new arrivals here. READ POST