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ELLE DECORELLE DECOR

ELLE DECOR March 2019

ELLE DECOR is a fashion-savvy home decorating magazine for the new generation of design professionals and consumers who know exactly what they want. Get ELLE DECOR digital magazine subscription today to discover fashionable and inspirational products that bring couture chic to every room of your home.

Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Hearst
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IN THIS ISSUE

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style / design / culture

1. PARROT SCENT TREASUREThis hand-painted Lladro Parrot Treasure candle belongs to the collection The Parrot Party. The refined, minimalist shape of the vase contrasts with the naturalistic modeling and decoration of the bird. Glazed porcelain with a wooden lid. lladro.com2. THE FINE ART OF REINVENTION AT WHAT’S NEW, WHAT’S NEXTELLE DECOR and Palecek mastered the art of reinvention at the tenth annual What’s New, What’s Next design event at the New York Design Center. Host and Editor in Chief Whitney Robinson, was joined by designers Lori Goldstein and Joseph D’Urso, along with Gene Ogden from Palecek for a discussion on the importance of embracing change and stepping into new identities—in life and design. palecek.com3. PLANER WOOD—CATTELAN ITALIAExquisite wood coats the surface of the Planer Wood table, designed by Paolo Cattelan,…

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elle decor us

CLAUDIA MATA GLADISHContributor“The beauty of living in Northern California is my proximity to amazing local getaways. This spring, I’m looking forward to a scenic drive down the coast to a retreat in Big Sur.”VERTLY LIP BUTTER“I am a big proponent of CBD and never leave the house without my Vertly CBD–infused lip butter.”$22. vertlybalm.comESALEN INSTITUTE“In March, my husband and I are planning an escape to Esalen—it’s the perfect place to practice my New Year’s resolution to meditate daily.”Workshops from $420. esalen.orgBRENT NEALE PENDANT“I love the hippie vibe of this pendant. And what better to bring to a wellness retreat than a mushroom?”$3,950. barneys.comMICHAEL PATTIArt Director“After a rainy and cold New York City winter, I’m ready for spring. I can’t wait to go in March to the Orchid Show at the…

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renovation station

Inside a Malibu home designed by Oliver M. Furth.The den at Mary Celeste Beall’s Knoxville home.A powdery-pink bedroom created by Mary McDonald for a pair of beauty entrepreneurs.A bathroom in the Tisch piedà-terre by Haynes-Roberts.A living room by Mark D. Sikes.Whitney in Versace, outside Hearst Tower.THE ESTEEMED INTERIORS EDITOR AND ONE OF my publishing mentors Senga Mortimer once told me the ingredients for a perfect house: “An Italian architect, an English gardener, a French chef, and an American wallet.” I would add an American decorator, as you will see in this issue, which celebrates great renovations in the United States from coast to coast.When redecorating a house these days, we tend to go in one of two directions: We either aim for a Marie Kondo–approved austere white box with sleek…

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design to bet on

IT’S A MYSTERY HOW A CITY LIKE LAS Vegas, which has its own massive replicas of the Eiffel Tower, the Rialto Bridge, and the Trevi Fountain, could take so long to lure in hoteliers with a refined (more César Ritz, less Joe Pesci) take on luxury. Enter the Sydell Group, which recently debuted the 293-room NoMad Las Vegas hotel there. As at its sister properties in Manhattan and Los Angeles, the hotel’s interiors, by French designer Jacques Garcia, bring velvety grandeur to Glitter Gulch. “NoMad has always been at the intersection of old-world style and service, with a modern sensibility and fun,” says Andrew Zobler, CEO of the Sydell Group. With a restaurant helmed by Daniel Humm of Eleven Madison Park and a new pool whose cobalt color scheme is…

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chance encounters

EAT HERESpago at the BellagioDesigner Gelila Puck—Wolfgang’s wife—created an alfresco dining experience at Spago, where guests can practically touch the Fountains of Bellagio. bellagio.comDRINK HERERosinaThis intimate cocktail bar is full of Art Deco influences like mirrored surfaces and crystal pendants. The drinks menu is delightfully retro, too. venetian.comSTAY HERENoMad Las VegasDesigner Jacques Garcia’s third iteration of NoMad hotels delivers a touch of old-world European glamour to the Strip. nomadlasvegas.comEAT HERESadelle’sSoHo’s popular eatery now has a Bellagio outpost. The Ken Fulk–designed space captures an upscale vintage vibe, and the menu features all-day eats. bellagio.comCHILL HERESpa at the Waldorf AstoriaA respite from the hustle and bustle, the spa serves up relaxing treatments that combine ancient and contemporary techniques. waldorfastorialasvegas.comSHOP HEREEatalyNewly launched at the Park MGM hotel, Eataly—the authority on all things Italian—is…

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sx76 sanlorenzo

A living room—complete with spiral staircase—aboard the SX76.76.6 feet in length from the vessel’s bow to stern0 room separators on the main deck, to make it a wide-open space22 knots at top speed ■…

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