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For famed chef @chefthomaskeller ’s Miami restaurant, the Surf Club, @martinbrudnizki referenced the hotel’s past as a members’ club with such features as an outdoor terrace area containing bold planting and covered seating. We’d love to kick off summer knocking back some oysters Rockefeller here! Tap the link in bio to explore the space. Photo by Ken Hayden
If Don Draper and Betsy Bloomingdale had a baby, it would be this space, @kenfulk says of @leosoysterbar in San Francisco. This room features custom tropical wallpaper, capiz-shell pendants and bentwood chairs. Watch our story now or click the link in bio to see our roundup of rooms with irresistibly dazzling wallpaper. Photo by Douglas Friedman
@davidscottinteriors was inspired by an aerial photograph he took of a Patagonia riverbed in designing this Sag Harbor home as the epitome of a modern beach house. The Frank Game table by Mattalliano and Hans Wegner chairs seamlessly connect the indoor and outdoor spaces. And the chunky throw? It was handwoven in Australia for chilly nights outside. Photo by Joshua McHugh
This #FathersDay , get inspired by @odginteriors ’ ultimate man cave for a sophisticated gent. Classic cars, leather and wood accents and a pool table? Doesn’t get much better! Head to the link in bio to shop the look. Photo by Richard Powers
Taking cues from a Victorian-era hotel, @kenfulk used Schumacher wallpaper, Casamidy chairs and custom sconces in rich colors to turn this grand estate in Sonoma, California, into a vacation home suited to gracious summer entertaining. Tap the link in bio to shop the look. Photo by Douglas Friedman
The soaring ceilings drove @studiomellone ’s design for this Chelsea duplex. We’re big fans of the 1930s Biedermeier-style chairs and, of course, the vintage table purchased right here on 1stdibs! Head to the link to explore more projects by the firm. Photo by Stephen Kent Johnson
Tasked with updating an 18th-century East Hampton farmhouse, designer @tomscheerer integrated many of the pieces from one of the owners’ Francophile family into the new decor. A France–meets–East End cottage? Yes, please! Photo by Francesco Lagnese
In a penthouse on New York’s High Line, @damonlissdesign deployed a mix of vintage and contemporary pieces that complement the homeowners’ art collection. From the Lindsey Adelman chandelier to the Espasso chairs, the curated, eclectic decor sets a playful tone. Click the link in bio to explore the project. Photo by Joshua McHugh
If the wine isn’t enough of a draw, houses like this one by @grovesandco will definitely make you want to move to Napa. The New York–based firm clad the home’s minimalist, low-tech master bath in Heath tiles for a clean, refined look. Visit the link in bio for more projects by the firm. Photo by Patrik Argast
“Grasso is not fat. Grasso is more than fat. It’s overflowing,” designer Stephen Burks says of his plush leather armchair. Tap to shop the room or click the link in our bio to explore more of our editors’ top picks of the week.
Collector Stephanie Ingrassia shows us around her art-filled home and the new show she curated at @cristinagrajalesgallery. A Marilyn Minter video installation is projected on the wall of her living room above a Josiah McElheny vitrine and 1940s ceramic stools from 1stdibs. The black hanging sculpture is by Petah Coyne, and the sofa is by India Mahdavi. Head to the link in bio for the full feature in Introspective. Photo by Dean Kaufman
Tasked with creating a textured, layered look in this 19th-century Brooklyn brownstone, @roman_and_williams_ nailed it with elements like a glossy black clawfoot tub and floral accents. Tap the link in bio to explore the space. Photo by Bruce Buck
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