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What Interior Designers’ Homes Really Look Like

Have you ever wondered what interior designers’ homes really look like? We certainly have. Beyond all those commissions and all that counseling—do they really practice what they preach? Or, you may ask, does the proponent of minimalism go home to clutter galore? And has the design duo known for floral upholstery really grown sick of all things chintz?

You may have your suspicions, but a forthcoming book puts those types of doubts largely to rest. Making House: Designers at Home is the latest from frequent collaborators Dominic Bradbury and Richard Powers. Smaller than your average coffee table tome, the book gives readers a glimpse into what could easily be called some of the world’s most beautiful homes. Miles Redd’s private red living room leaps off the page, bringing with it the personal predilections inherent in anyone’s beloved gallery wall. The outdoor spaces of Agnes Emery, creator of watery-toned tiles, wallpapers, and more, are perhaps the greatest testament to her signature art. So, above, we take an early look into some of the private homes featured. From Marrakech to London and back again, the above is certain to inspire your own inner aesthete—and whet your appetite for more.

Making House: Designers at Home (Rizzoli), by Dominic Bradbury, photographed by Richard Powers, will be published in October 2017.

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