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The Designers At Home Issue
ELLE Decor – April 2023
The present issue of ELLE Decor is a delight for interior designer lovers around the globe. It is an invitation into the astonishing houses of very much talented design artists, that are trending right now. This a must-read for all inspiration seekers that want to learn from the aesthetic sensibilities of a new generation of top professionals‘ points of view.
Jewelry designers, and founder of Mateo, Mathew Harris‘ pied-à-terre, and interior designer Michelle R. Smith‘s family home share cover stories honors.
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Located near the most agitated avenue in Lisbon, Mathew Harris Lisbon pied-à-terre emanates blissful tranquility. The interiors, a balanced mixture of old and new, of rare antiques, design objects, and furniture from local retailers, are incredible and reflect the enormous good taste of the jewelry designer.
The tapestry handmade by Guatemalan crafters that reproduces one of Alexander Calder’s designs, and the Portuguese traditional hand-painted tiles in the bathroom, are two of the gems you can find in the house of this talented artist whose work is admired by powerful women such as Oprah and Zendaya.
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Interior Designer Michelle R. Smith’s New Orleans family home matches all our voyeuristic expectations. A renovated Greek Revival construction dated to 1865, preserved in its origins as much as it was technically possible. The dining room chandelier, as a matter of fact, happens to have come with the house! An extra perk, apart from the privilege of being able to live inside splendorous architecture and period rooms.
The founder of Studio MRS seems to have a predilection for Nero Marquina marble. This magnanimous material can be found both on the top of the custom under-the-stairs sideboard and the custom vanity in the powder room. Vintage furniture, designer lighting, and comfortable upholstery with an easy-going vibe complete the decor of this house that is approachable and stylish!
Lisbon must certainly be in fashion! We can revisit the city’s varied interior architecture through the guidance of L’Objet founder and Creative Director Elad Yifrach. The entrepreneur traded busy New Work for the sunny Portuguese capital in pursuit of a quieter life and found himself a former aristocracy residence (pictured).
In case you still need arguments to get your hands into the newest ELLE Decor USA magazine, we can list a few more: a take on Swedish rugs, with a visit to Nordic Knots’ new headquarters; sustainability content regarding landscape design and objects with recycled components; an editorial on outdoor furniture just in time to welcome spring; and, back to Lisbon, some inside tips from its distinguished new residents.
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