House Beautiful June 2017

The House Beautiful reader is someone whose home is her bedrock. She is always improving it because the process – and result – delights her. Happiness in her home comes from easy luxury and highly personal style. Her home is a gift to share with family and friends.

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2 min
from our editor

JUNE 2017 | HOUSE BEAUTIFUL any romp through the House Beautiful archives— and I’ve enjoyed many—inevitably lands me midcentury, in the tenure of Elizabeth Gordon, the renegade editor who taught postwar America how to live. Gordon was a dear friend and ally of Frank Lloyd Wright, and the two shared an ethos that still permeates the pages of this magazine: that a beautiful life begins at home. I can’t help but feel stirred when I read Gordon’s issues, knowing how poignant the idea of home was for “our boys” who had spent years at war overseas. (Today’s stories of immigrants and refugees are similarly heartbreaking—the human desire for a home is universal.) But the postwar era was marked with hope, and Gordon’s magazine offered GIs and their spouses a road map to…

4 min
guide to small spaces

PLUS Downplay with 14 nofail colors (or play up!) tiny rooms BILL INGRAM The Atlanta and Birmingham, Alabama, designer had a mini kitchen installed in his living/dining room, transforming it into an all-in-one party haven. SPACE YOURSELF “I divided the long room into thirds— one for living, one for dining, and one for cooking—and installed glossy ceiling beams to compartmentalize each area.” DETAILS, DETAILS “My mounted plate racks are slim yet hold service for 20. The banquette is upholstered in an outdoor fabric, so stains or a splash from the sink can be easily cleaned.” LIGHT AND STRIPES “I raised and widened the windows, which elevated the whole space. Painted floor stripes draw your eye across the room and add a nice graphic element.” MAUREEN FOOTER The Manhattan designer and author on having it all—in 650 square feet. GO BIG (YES,…

1 min
matcha green

Items without prices are available through a designer COLOR CRUSH Matcha Green PHOTOGRAPHER 5, 7, 9, 10, 12, 13: STUART TYSON/STUDIO D. FOR MORE DETAILS, SEE RESOURCES…

1 min
it’s about time

RESEDA GREEN SW 9040 SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PROTÉGÉ BRONZE SW 6153 SHERWIN-WILLIAMS UNIVERSAL KHAKI SW 6150 SHERWIN-WILLIAMS MINDFUL GRAY SW 7016 SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CONTEST NAME THIS COLOR AND YOU COULD WIN! Come up with an evocative name for the color above. Describe it in a sentence or two (50 words or less). BE CREATIVE! Go to HOUSEBEAUTIFUL.COM/NAMETHISCOLOR to enter, from May 19 through June 29, 2017. The winner receives $100! Three runners-up will each receive House Beautiful’s latest book, Pink. PRIL 2017 WINNER SANTORINI ROOFTOPS ELLEN RINARD; GARFIELD, AR “On the Greek island of Santorini, high on the cliffs, the beautiful blue-domed buildings dazzle in the morning sun.” Go to HOUSEBEAUTIFUL.COM/COLORWINNERS for the three runners-up. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. NAME THIS COLOR CONTEST. SPONSORED BY HEARST COMMUNICATIONS, INC. BEGINNING AT 12:01 A.M. (ET) ON MAY 19, 2017, THROUGH 11:59 P.M. (ET) ON JUNE 29,…

4 min
h 2 -whoa!

DIX BLUE 82 FARROW & BALL “You’d often see this teal along the AmalfiCoast in the 1940s and ’50s. The elegant blue brought Italy to this Hamptons house, contrasting and complementing the pale carved-marble tub—a nod to ancient Roman thermal baths—and emphasizing the high ceiling. A worldly color, it could chat as easily about 19thcentury poetry as vintage Italian motorcars.” ACHILLE SALVAGNI FRUIT SHAKE 2088-60 BENJAMIN MOORE “My clients were the catalyst for this hue. It’s not what I would instinctively gravitate toward in a bathroom, but they requested an uplifting pink for their master suite. The surprise is how flattering it is—the peachy undertones bathe your skin in a warm glow. What could be better in a room where you’re naked most of the time?” MARY JO FIORELLA SKYLIGHT 205 FARROW & BALL “This…

2 min
out of africa

Where the Wild Things Are...Magnifique! The Latin word animalis means “having breath,” and that’s exactly what fauna do for design—they let stuffy interiors relax and provide unexpected spirit. Cole & Son’s new line of wallpaper, imbued with lively personalities, was designed with the potters and painters of South Africa’s iconic Ardmore Ceramic Art. Wallpapers, from top: Savuti in Dark Petrol Multi, Khulu Vases in Cream & Multi, and Ardmore Cameos in Green. By Cole & Son. leejofa.com. Leopard Urn. By Ardmore. $5,000 for similar. creelandgow.com Near and Far Elephants, giraffes, and other beautiful beasts are giving classic wallpaper and fabric motifs—and the rooms they adorn—a fresh sense of adventure. FOR THE COLOR QUEEN Inspired by the elephant Batyr, who lived in a Kazakhstan zoo and reportedly understood 20 phrases. Batyr. By Kazumi Yoshida. Linencotton blend.…