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A Feast for the Eyes • At her new Milan apartment (page 110), Cabana founder Martina Mondadori does the art of Italian cooking—and decorating—proud. Outfitted in collaboration with her partner, designer Ashley Hicks, the eat-in kitchen brims with bold flavors and casual élan, a little bit contemporary bohemian and a little bit classic cucina. We’re eating up every detail….
Cloud Cover • Fornasetti’s stormy wallpaper is blowing through the decorosphere
A Natural Fit • With the help of Giancarlo Valle, fashion model Martha Hunt brings coziness and handcraft to her Manhattan home
Home Run • Tariq Dixon takes Trnk to the next level with curatorial projects and collabs that amplify new voices
Ranch Redux • Charles de Lisle and Terremoto join Mithun architects in resurrecting The Sea Ranch Lodge
Fired Up • An antique chimneypiece sparks a room refresh and Jamb’s latest collection
HAVE TABLE, WILL TRAVEL
Paris, Je T’Aime • LVMH’s new Cheval Blanc Paris hotel is a love letter to French savoir faire
Kitchens + baths • Ready for a change? After months at home, who isn’t! For the latest edition of our Great Design Awards, we’ve gathered all the products and inspiration you’ll need to renovate your kitchen or bath in style.
ELECTRIC ECLECTIC • Global touches, vivid colors, and pattern galore deliver jolts of fresh energy. Shown is the L.A. home of model Jessica Hart, designed by Carlos Mota.
CURVES AHEAD • Sinuous silhouettes, crimson accents, and a dynamic mix of materials dazzle in the kitchen. Shown is a Paris project by Pierre Yovanovitch.
TRUE ROMANCE • Floral charm, traditional furniture, and understated whimsy bring classic decorator details to the bath. Shown is the Montecito, California, home of designer Suzanne Rheinstein.
GRAND GESTURES • Richly figured stone, sculptural forms, and gleaming metal make for next-level luxury. Shown is a Paris bath by Jacques Grange.
HAPPY TRAILS • Working with designer Jane Hallworth, Kirsten Dunst crafts an L.A. home for her growing family that’s a little bit country, a little bit rock-and-roll, and a whole lot of charm
the bold standard • Thanks to David Netto, an awkward London flat takes first prize with a winning combination of scholarship, eclecticism, and visual trickery
LA DOLCE VITA • When Martina Mondadori relocated to Milan, she and her partner, Ashley Hicks, merged their stellar design talents to create a dreamy new home
design notes • THE DETAILS THAT MAKE THE LOOK
VISION QUEST • Starting with the walls of their San Francisco home, art collectors Pamela Joyner and Fred Giuffrida are on a mission to reconstruct the canon
FRENCH TWIST • For handbag designer Tyler Ellis, The Archers and architect William Hefner broker a nuanced rapprochement between the classical and the contemporary
OLD SCHOOL • A superstar team—plus idiosyncratic new owners—ensures that a historic seaside mansion near Boston retains its baronial spirit. Air-conditioning? Who needs it?