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ELLE DECORELLE DECOR

ELLE DECOR October 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.

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design confidential

“Like the delicate line drawing from an artist’s sketchbook, Papavero, Italian for poppy, is a design that seems to float across these timeless linens.”“A perfect example of how design and function merge together exceptionally.”“This fixture is reminiscent of birds flocking in a murmuration pattern, one of the most magical organic forms in nature.”“Antique or modern? Luxe glazing and intricate carvings come together to create this breathtaking dinnerware set by Lenox.”“If this table were a lead singer, it would be Bryan Ferry.”“LouLou’s matte white appeal is a bold reinvention of an everyday item that refuses to be ignored in a corner.”…

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elle decor

EDITOR IN CHIEF Whitney Robinson EXECUTIVE MANAGING EDITOR Jeffrey Bauman EXECUTIVE EDITOR Ingrid Abramovitch DESIGN DIRECTOR Jennifer Donnelly STYLE DIRECTOR Parker Bowie Larson CHIEF VISUAL CONTENT DIRECTOR, HEARST MAGAZINES Alix Campbell SENIOR EDITOR Vanessa Lawrence ARTICLES EDITOR Charles Curkin VISUAL DIRECTOR David M. Murphy INTERNATIONAL DESIGN EDITOR Cynthia Frank DEPUTY DESIGN DIRECTOR Allie Adams MARKET EDITOR Laurel J. Benedum ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR Lillian Dondero EDITORIAL ASSISTANT Samantha Swenson MARKET EDITORIAL ASSISTANT Kate McGregor DIGITAL IMAGING SPECIALIST Kevin Arnold HEARST VISUAL GROUP ASSOCIATE VISUAL EDITOR Nelida Mortensen DEPUTY VISUAL DIRECTOR Don Kinsella VISUAL ASSISTANT Tenney Espy ELLEDECOR.COM DIGITAL DIRECTOR Elizabeth Angell HOME DECOR EDITOR Monique Valeris ASSOCIATE EDITOR Maggie Maloney EDITORIAL ASSISTANT Lucia Tonelli ELLE DECOR CONTRIBUTING EDITORS CONSULTING EDITOR Daniel Boulud CONTRIBUTORS Ariel Ashe, Cara Barrett, Chesie Breen, Farhad Farman, Ken Fulk, Claudia Mata Gladish, Lori Goldstein, Genevieve Gorder, Nancy Hass, Kathryn M. Ireland, William Li, Beatriz Pasquel (Mexico City), Jana Pasquel, Sophie Pera (Europe), Stephen Pulvirent, Judi…

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ed|life style. design. culture.

1. SCANDIA HOME Using the world’s finest goose down and supremely refined fabrics, the Scandia Down comforters and pillows are as luxurious as they are comfortable. Crafted in America, Scandia Home products provide the most refreshing night’s sleep. Discover The Scandia Down Difference™ at scandiahome.com 2. SIEMATIC SLX SieMatic takes luxury kitchen design to a new level with SLX, a PURE style kitchen. Known for introducing the first handle-free kitchen in 1960, SieMatic innovates this iconic design in a stunning gold bronze illuminated channel. siematic.com 3. BEVOLO While visiting New Orleans’ world-famous Royal Street in the historic French Quarter, discover the color of the unique collection of mid-century modern pieces from Bevolo. With pieces assembled from Italy, Scandinavia, France and Vintage MCM designs, this worldly selection is truly a must-see! bevolo.com 4. BRIZO® With its chamfered edges…

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design is a mirror

CREATING AN ANNIVERSARY ISSUE OF ANY magazine comes with challenges (I should know—I’ve worked on three of them). How do you celebrate history without making something that feels like a relic? And is there any way to honestly look back that doesn’t seem overly nostalgic or self-congratulatory, even in this era of selfie culture? The answer, we found, is to design a modern issue that looks to our past to inform the present: Introducing the 30th-anniversary collector’s edition of ELLE DECOR. Over the past few months, our small but mighty team has done a deep dive into ED’s DNA. Our editors have interviewed dozens of longtime contributors, asked our A-List of 140-plus interior designers for their best memories and stories, and reread hundreds of back issues of ELLE DECOR. We then…

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pov

Now Showing FOR THE SEASONED PRODUCTION DESIGNER DONAL Woods, turning the TV series Downton Abbey into a feature film (opening September 20) meant preserving the polished look of the show while making it “even grander.” While the sets have been mothballed for six years, the real Jacobethan estate where Downton was filmed—Highclere Castle—is one of the biggest tourist attractions in Hampshire, England. “They used to get 100 visitors a weekend,” Woods says. “Now they get 4,000 a day.” Woods and his team tossed out the tourists and moved back in, dusting off the furniture, adding new bedding and plaster, draping walls in silk damask, and building a silver room, wine cellar, and butler’s cottage from the ground up. But these additions to Downton hardly mean that the Crawley family is prospering.…

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madeline stuart

ELLE DECOR is 30 years old this year. Do you remember the first project of yours we published? MS: It was for Lisa Henson, the daughter of Jim Henson, in 1995, and it was the first home I ever had published in any national magazine. Is Lisa Henson still a client? MS: We’re doing a project for her in Telluride, Colorado. Everything in the house was carved in Bhutan. Where were you when you were 30? MS: In Los Angeles, newly married, and just starting my career. I established my firm in a little corner of my mother’s office and did everything myself. I recall sponging a bathroom—a cringeworthy paint effect that’s thankfully dead. I’d also stand on a ladder to hang window treatments. Which trends from the past three decades do you miss? MS: Santa Fe…

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