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Veranda

Veranda

Jan/Feb 2020

VERANDA is a forum for the very best in living well. Always gracious, and never pretentious, we keep readers abreast of the finest in design, decorating, luxury travel, and more, inspiring them with beauty and elegance. VERANDA is both an ideas showcase and a deeply pleasurable escape, a place where homes feel as good as they look.

Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Hearst
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6 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

2 min.
veranda

Editor-in-Chief STEELE THOMAS MARCOUX Design Director VICTOR MAZE Deputy Editor ELLEN McGAULEY Managing Editor AMY LOWE MITCHELL STYLE & MARKET Senior Style Editor RACHAEL BURROW Style & Market Editor DAYLE WOOD Style Editor/Staff Stylist CARMEN COLLINS Style & Market Assistant SARA CLARK PHOTO Photo Editor KATE PHILLIPS Photo Assistant IAN PALMER Photographer BRIAN WOODCOCK Digital Imaging Specialist CARLOS PAREDES EDITORIAL Assistant Managing Editor KATIE BOWLBY Copy/Research Editor ASHLEY LEATH Editorial Assistant SARAH DiMARCO ART Assistant Art Director JULIA LUDLAM VERANDA CONTRIBUTING EDITORS Contributing Interiors Editor CAROLYN ENGLEFIELD New York MITA CORSINI BLAND, PILAR CRESPI, ANNE FOXLEY, SUSAN GUTFREUND, GEORGE G. KING, OLGA NAIMAN, JENNIFER ASH RUDICK, ADRIENNE VITTADINI Atlanta JENNIFER BOLES, KEITH ROBINSON, DANIELLE ROLLINS Dallas, Gstaad & San Miguel de Allende MICHELLE NUSSBAUMER Nashville MARY SPALDING New Orleans TARA SHAW Veranda Founder LISA NEWSOM PUBLISHED BY HEARST President & Chief Executive Officer STEVEN R. SWARTZ Chairman WILLIAM R. HEARST III Executive Vice Chairman FRANK A. BENNACK, JR. VERANDA PUBLICATIONS, INC President TROY YOUNG Chief Content Officer KATE LEWIS Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer & Treasurer DEBI CHIRICHELLA Secretary CATHERINE A. BOSTRON Publishing Consultants GILBERT C. MAURER,…

2 min.
editor’s letter

“To restore an edifice is…to re-establish it in a complete state that may never have existed at any given moment.” FRENCH ARCHITECT EUGÈNE VIOLLETle-Duc defined restoration as such in his 1854 Dictionnaire Raisonné de l’architecture Française, which he penned while overseeing the greatest project of his career: the 19th-century renovation of the Notre-Dame de Paris Cathedral 1. His refurbishment included replacing the medieval spire over the transept that had been removed at the end of the 18th century. Thanks to engineering advances born of the Industrial Revolution, the new spire was perhaps even more Gothic than its predecessor, with taller, thinner proportions that, in the eyes of Viollet-le-Duc, represented a modern realization of soaring medieval masonic ambition. But the spire was as much a product of Viollet-le-Duc’s borrowing of historical vernacular to protect…

1 min.
editors’ book club

PORTRAIT BY BRIAN WOODCOCK, HAIR AND MAKEUP STYLING BY CELINE RUSSELL/ZENOBIA; NOTRE-DAME, GETTY IMAGES; TABLE SETTING COURTESY OF LA TUILE À LOUP; LAMPSHADE, LAUREY W. GLENN; OPERA NATIONAL DE PARIS, GETTY IMAGES.…

1 min.
the v list

THE NEW JOIE DE VIVRE A DOZEN WAYS TO FILL YOUR ROOMS (AND YOUR VANITY, AND YOUR WORLD…) WITH THE SPIRIT OF PARIS, NO PASSPORT REQUIRED CAFÉ CULTURE, EN SUITE Maison Drucker debuts headboards of lacquered rattan as a dreamy encore to their ubiquitous bistro seating. MEET THE ARTIST • Inès Lucas is a Paris designer and creative consultant whose work spans fashion and interiors, from Ralph Lauren and Neiman Marcus to Paris’s Hôtel Doisy and Etche Ona. It was amid consultations on the latter two projects that the namesake headboard and a partnership with the artisans at Maison Drucker, the oldest rattan seating workshop in France, were born THE FIND • Deco-inspired headboards crafted of peeled, lacquered rattan THE BACKSTORY • “My mother was a cabinetmaker, so I grew up in the world of glue,…

1 min.
dining de rigueur

Thirty years ago in January, Paris painter Marie Daâge took brush to dish to begin her vivid modernization of Limoges porcelain. Particularly paired with kindred pieces (like Versailles-inspired glassware), it shines as brightly today as ever.…

1 min.
repeat performance

EPINGLE’S RICH RETURN Once deemed an old-fashioned technique (unlike velvets, epingle threads are uncut), the weighty loomed fabric is reappearing in saturated hues that are nothing if not of-the-moment. FRENCH-INDIENNE BLOCK PRINT A cross-continental collaboration between textile historian Nicole Fabre and Juliet Cornell of Pukka Prints revives archival French fabrics through Jaipur block methods. A GUTSIER TOILE Designer Christian Astuguevieille’s update of the neoclassical design notably exaggerates its scale for a high-drama hint at the motif’s impact over centuries. PHOTOGRAPHS BY DAVID LEWIS TAYLOR; BOTTOM LEFT, STEPHEN DEVRIES.…