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When Emmy Rossum purchased her pre-war apartment in Midtown Manhattan, she knew it would need a lot of work. The actress enlisted ELLE DECOR and designer Antonino Buzzetta to transform her 800-square-foot “pied-à-teardown” into the home of her dreams.
The style Rossum sought to achieve was “chic, European, the look of a modern girl who has inherited her grandmother’s stuff. I wanted it to have a young energy, but with old-fashioned touches,” she told Buzzetta. The living room features an antique fireplace Rossum found while shopping with her mother at the Marché aux Puces in Paris.
The herringbone wood floors were among the only original elements to remain after the extensive renovation. In the new build, Buzzetta added architectural features and refreshed the built-in bookshelves to channel the history of the 1928 building.
Irving Penn photographs and an antique chandelier (see similar style below) Rossum inherited from her grandmother grace the elegant dining area.
Buzzetta created extra surface space in the compact kitchen by tearing down a wall and building a breakfast bar in its place. To brighten the ebonized cabinetry, he selected Caesarstone quartz countertops and pair of globe pendants inspired by vintage subway lights.
When choosing finishes, “Mixing metals is a much more relaxed approach,” Buzzetta said. He selected brass task lights and a timeless crystal chandelier with polished nickel accents in the bedroom. The soothing wall color is Farrow & Ball’s Parma Gray.
Linear bath sconces were a sleek solution in the bathroom where wall space was limited. The sink, walls and mosaic floor are outfitted in Ann Sacks marble.
See the full tour in the November issue of ELLE DECOR – on stands now!
Based in New Orleans, Logan Killen Interiors was formed in 2012 by longtime friends and design partners Katie Logan Leblanc and Jensen Killen. The talented pair’s expertise is in creating eclectic and laid-back interiors for residential and boutique commercial spaces. We are thrilled to share a selection of their inspiring work with you as we shine our spotlight on Logan Killen Interiors! Photography by Hunter Holder.
Classic comfort meets bohemian ease in this Uptown master bedroom.
Bamboo shades and a mix of nickel and brass fixtures add warmth to this all-white bath.
This family-friendly kitchen demonstrates the firm’s aptitude for creating spaces as stylish as they are functional.
Organic textures and understated patterns add a livable yet sophisticated twist in this traditional dining room.
Streamlined fixtures and a frameless glass shower make this compact bathroom feel spacious and bright.
Comfort is a key aspect of every room the duo designs. Cozy seating with vintage flair creates an inviting atmosphere in this living room.
What’s next for Logan Killen Interiors? This fall, the designers will open Sunday Shop – a lifestyle boutique featuring bespoke furnishings, home accessories and gifts on Magazine Street in New Orleans.
All seven of our showrooms have been reset and refreshed for Fall. Visit us to see the latest and greatest additions and shop our windows showcasing AERIN, E.F. Chapman, Niermann Weeks, Ralph Lauren and Suzanne Kasler!
Bullard played to the Spanish architectural style of the property with Moravian Star light fixtures, whitewashed walls and dramatic cobalt and marigold tile in the lobby.
The Odette Flush Mount by Alexa Hampton echoes the Moroccan-inspired sunburst motifs seen on the ceiling and bedding.
The guest rooms overlooking the estate’s lush gardens feature a cheerful palette of green and yellow.
The marble-topped bathroom vanities are inlaid with Moorish-style stars and were made custom for the hotel.
Among the 23 guest rooms are five luxurious suites with bespoke furnishings and sweeping ocean views.
Photography via casalaguna.com.
Step inside the breathtaking Coastal Living 2016 Showhouse in Bridgehampton, New York. The 6,800-square-foot retreat designed by architect Fred Throo with interiors by Meg Braff is a modern take on the traditional Hamptons-style home. Shop the lighting looks showcased in some of our favorite spaces and see the full house in the September issue of Coastal Living!
Harmonious pops of blue and green can be found throughout the house. The combination makes a splash in the living room, which overlooks the pool area through french doors.
The showhouse features 10 bright prints from Braff’s own wallpaper and fabric lines. She selected a white mirror and light fixtures to accent her tropical fan pattern on the powder room walls.
In the dining room, Braff opted for white surfaces and chair legs in place of natural wood tones for a brighter, more casual feel.
Builders Anthony Balducci and Dave Bennett added character to the 18-foot cathedral ceiling of the master bedroom with white beams and shiplap paneling.
The master suite is the only room to prominently feature the color yellow, which makes the room and its elements feel all the more special.
The home was built to be the ultimate retreat for playing host to summer visitors. Guest accommodations include three colorful bedrooms, all with en-suite bathrooms.
Braff repeated the embroidered shell motif seen on the bedding in the first guest room on the towels in the adjoining bathroom.
Rattan pieces in the second bedroom add an touch of vintage flair to the predominantly modern decor.
Braff incorporated the coral hue in the second guest bathroom with scalloped tile and a subtle wallpaper pattern.
A solid shade of kiwi green on the walls of the third guest room balance the plethora of prints in surrounding rooms. Fresh flowers and a sculptural table lamp at the bedside add organic charm.
Polished nickel fixtures and crisp, white cabinets make for a clean look at the vanity of the third guest bathroom.
A game table, desk and trundle beds doubling as sofas are clever accommodations for guests in the bonus room over the garage.
A spacious laundry room on the second floor is as beautiful as it is functional.
The pool house lounge and changing room echo the playful use of color and pattern found in the main house.
Courtesy Coastal Living, a division of Time Inc. Lifestyle Group, photography by David Land. Coastal Living is a registered trademark of Time Inc. Lifestyle Group and is used with permission.
Our Charleston showroom had the pleasure of working with Novella Homes on the lighting selection for this newly-completed, cottage style home on Daniel Island. Steve Guaglianone and team selected every finish with an incredible attention to detail and delivered a luxurious yet livable family home. Get inspired by our photo tour of 359 Lesesne Street and shop the lighting looks! Photography by Patrick Brickman for Charleston Home + Design.
A classic brass lantern and shiplap walls set a tone of casual elegance in the entry.
Highlights of the kitchen include a beamed ceiling, warm brass fixtures and custom range hood. The tabletop adjacent to the island is a perfect place to gather with guests.
To celebrate the completion of the home, we partnered with Novella Homes and Charleston Home + Design on a spectacular kick-off event. Coastal Crust mobile eatery provided Neapolitan style pizza, locally-crafted beer on tap and an eclectic assortment of wines. Thank you to everyone who helped make this event a success!
Visit the Novella Homes website for more information on this home and to view more of their beautiful projects.
The 2016 Southern Living Idea House celebrates the history of the magazine on its 50th anniversary year. Located in the town of Mt Laurel just outside of Birmingham, Alabama, the classic Southern cottage was completed entirely by designers with roots in the region. Shop the lighting looks selected by these designers in our sneak peek of the home before planning your visit!
entry & stairway | ashley gilbreath
Ashley Gilbreath of Montgomery, Alabama brings casual elegance to the entry and stairs with a series of Kristen Blakeney sketches, brass fixtures and a striped runner.
living room | mark d. sikes
Interior and fashion designer Mark D. Sikes created an inviting atmosphere in the living room with a color palette of warm neutrals.
dining room | margaret kirkland
Atlanta-based designer Margaret Kirkland used color to balance traditional pieces with contemporary accents in the dining room.
master suite | lauren liess
The nature-inspired first floor master suite is the work of Lauren Liess, interior designer and author of Habitat: The Field Guide to Decorating.
The spacious bathroom features grasscloth wallpaper, a white skirted tub and matching pair of luxurious marble vanities.
family room & powder room | bill ingram
Ingram selected bold, black and white striped wallpaper, antique brass sconces and a round bamboo mirror in the powder room.
Associate Decorating Editor and designer Elly Poston incorporated bedding and accessories from the Southern Living Home collection in her second floor bedroom.
bedroom | ashley gilbreath
Ashley Gilbreath also designed one of the three bedrooms on the second floor in a youthful yet sophisticated style.
bedroom & pajama lounge | amy berry
Dallas designer Amy Berry mixed modern art and antiques for a fresh take on a classic style in the third upstairs bedroom and bathroom.
Berry selected a classic marble vanity, polished nickel fixtures and white subway tile in the cheerful bathroom.
The upstairs living area Berry named “the pajama lounge” featured a round banquette and linen-covered walls, ceiling and sectionals.
From the day Steven Kendrick founded Structures Building Company in 1999, his mission was clear: simplify the complex process of custom home building and remodeling for his clients. It wasn’t long before Structures developed a reputation for crafting some of the most beautiful and energy-efficient homes in the Charleston area. Our showroom has had the pleasure of working with Steven and his team to bring their clients’ visions to life, one light at a time. Get inspired by a few of our favorite homes by Structures Building Company and shop their hand-selected lighting looks! Photography by Holger Obenaus.
Architectural details can have a huge impact on a home’s design. Instead of keeping an architect on staff, Structures works closely with many of the top firms in the Charleston area. With their help, clients can choose the architect whose individual style and design philosophy most closely matches their own.
Structures’ expertise is building on the coastal landscapes of Charleston, Daniel Island, Mt. Pleasant, I’On Village, Kiawah Island and surrounding areas.
The design/build team works with local vendors and suppliers to source the highest quality materials and finishes for every budget. Clients enjoy this simplified approach to selecting fixtures, appliances, color palettes and much more.
The Traditional Home Southern Style Now Showhouse made its debut in New Orleans this spring. Transformed by 23 talented designers and artists, all originally from the South, the stunning Uptown District home celebrates the region’s cultural traditions while exploring the innovative ways they have been reimagined for 2016. Get inspired and shop this preview of the lighting looks selected for the showhouse! Photography by Brittany Ambridge.
Marbleized silk and gilded antique frames line the walls of the entry hall created by New Orleans-based designer Melissa Rufty.
Product design aficionado Reagan Hayes created perfect balance in the parlor with warm wooden pieces and geometric accents throughout.
Birmingham-based designer William Rankin McLure IV filled the canary yellow walls of the dining room with his own paintings and sketches.
Classic silhouettes are juxtaposed with sleek, modern accents in the sitting area designed by Catherine Brooks Giuffre, founder of CBG Interiors Ltd. in Houston, TX.
Lindsey Coral Harper styled the butler’s pantry with an arrangement of heirloom silver, monogrammed cocktail napkins, champagne and caviar.
The whimsical family room by David Ecton and Lance Jackson of Parker Kennedy Living celebrates southern charm and the duo’s affinity for bright color.
Atlanta-based designer Michel Boyd took a modern approach in the study with an eclectic mix of textures.
Blogger and interior decorator Paloma Contreras masters understated glamour in the bedroom she titled “the Dauphine Suite.”
The airy bathroom designed by Catherine Olasky and Maximilian Sinsteden features a soothing color palette and elegant polished nickel fixtures.
The canopy bed and bold patterned rug in Birmingham designer Ware Porter’s formal master bedroom exude traditional southern style.
Chad Graci and Christina Javanmardi of New Orleans firm Graci Interiors created a regal master bathroom with rich shades of burgundy and ornately framed mirrors.
The laundry room designed by Clary Bosbyshell of Margaux Interiors Ltd. features fresh, floral wallpaper and crisp white linens.