Thursday, April 2, 2009

Pamplemousse.



Delphine Krakoff, wife of Coach CEO Reed Krakoff, runs THIS design shop. Several of the homes featured were their own. I think he makes more money flipping townhomes than he does at CEO of Coach. But I'm not jealous.








18 comments:

House of Slappy said...

Holy cow, this is really good stuff! I thought I loved one room and then I loved every other room more and more. Beautiful.

MLE said...

whoa, the Nanny Diaries houses do exist!

Lovely as showrooms and looks into how "the other half" lives, but these houses (or estates, or pied-a-terre or whatever...not homes)feel so impersonal and pretentious to me. Kids live in some of these? Really?

Magchunk said...

I love the windows in that first picture. I really think that good windows can make or break a room.

alice said...

What to say- there was something inspiring in every single room!

I love the window detail in the first image... so interesting!!!

Hanako66 said...

oh wow...lovely

Kwana said...

I'm not jealous either. Nope. not at all.

Nancy Seattle said...

Nice and inspiring, except for the furhide on the bed (I will imagine it's faux!)

RobtW said...

The decoration is a little too white-on-white cerebral for my tastes, but I might shove a granny into an early grave for the window and floors in the first image.

jamieofalltrades said...

Pamplemousse might be a favorite work of mine. So fun to say... pamplemousse, pamplemousse.

Iheartfashion said...

I always love their homes-they've been featured in a few interior mags. Beautiful!

Anonymous said...

To Jaime of All Trades,

Delphine Krakoff chose the name of her design firm because she wanted something that would sound cute when pronounced with an American accent. She is very chic and very, very French.

alissa said...

that bed looks cozy! and i love the black detail on the back of the white chairs

Found said...

i love, love, love this site. i've seen many of the published projects but, for whatever reason, have never researched their work further. thanks for posting!

Anonymous said...

old people like stuff like this.

Anonymous said...

How can he not make money, selling mass-market handbags @ $598 a pop???

Anonymous said...

I don't know why I look at these photos. It's a little like looking at a picture of a supermodel and saying "someday..."

I will never have a house like these or furnishings like these. So why should I look? It just makes me feel bad about what I already have. And it makes me want want want...

Ana said...

Every single piece of artwork chosen is stunning. So lovely...thank you for sharing!

Annette said...

Your blog post started it all. :o) I explain this, and refer to your blog, in my latest blog entry. :o)
http://annettehoffman.wordpress.com/2014/07/23/true-confessions-of-a-pinterest-artist/