A Sneak Peek Inside the Homes of Eight A-List Fashion Designers!

A Sneak Peek Inside the Homes of Eight A-List Fashion Designers!

Ever wondered whether the creative style of fashion designers like Bagdley & Miscka, Brian Atwood or Ralph Lauren also carried over into their home design and decor choices? Now you get a sneak peek inside the homes and apartments of eight A-list designers. Take a look at their home decor style below.

Nanette Lapore's Manhattan townhouse is a refreshing ode to color. The sitting area of the master bedroom features elegant vintage sconces, a mirrored cocktail table, and a silver chair and ottoman. The aqua linen curtains and lime green love seat brings a sense of warmth and comfort to the room's Old Hollywood glamour decor...


Brian Atwood's Milan apartment design was inspired by his runway designs. The Milo Baughman armchair is upholstered in the same suede Atwood uses in his shoe and handbag designs. 


Sportswear designer Adam Lippe's NYC apartment dining room showcases pieces from his own collection of vintage furnishings like a 1930's FontanaArte table, Joseph Hoffman chairs and Thonet benches. A cherry blossom chandelier and hand painted silk wall covering adds a soft touch to the stark grey walls and dark floors.


Ralph Lauren's Manhattan dining room features vintage light fixtures, a sleek dining table and leather upholstered chairs. The zebra skin wall mirror adds exotic flare.


Pretty in pink comes to mind when you see the bedroom of designer Jill Stuart's daughter (Morgan). The room offers magnificent view of downtown. A magenta pillow, throw and carpet adds a burst of color to the otherwise stack white furnishings and aluminum bed frame.


Designer's Mark Bagdely James Mischka's Kentucky home reflects southern charm. The renovated kitchen is part of their 1920's stone house, it's design inspiration reflects a servant's kitchen in a  Newport mansion and features white subway tiles and brass fittings on the sink.


Michelle Smith's Manhattan apartment features bold statement pieces like the massive crystal chandelier, 1940's églomisé mirror and yellow zebra print silk accent chairs.


Reed Krakoff the director of Coach, SouthHampton master bedroom is a mix of glamour and vintage with a silver fox bed throw, snakeskin bench, bed side vintage mirrors and lamps made of lucite and steel.

Photos via Elle Decor


Which designer's home decor is your favorite? Leave a comment below.
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4 comments:

  1. Stacy15:17

    Really like the first home and the one before the last, great design taste.

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  2. Viki15:19

    I would pick apart all these rooms, choose only the things I want like the giant chandelier, the fur bed cover, the glass dining room table hehehe.

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  3. Amber15:19

    well none of the homes are ghastly so that's good.

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  4. I was expecting their homes to be a bit our of the box as designers.

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