Fabulous Room Friday 04.22.11

jessica stam vogue

Model Jessica Stam’s New York apartment was recently featured on Vogue.com and I loved it right away. There is a very organic, yet layered quality to her living room. The soaring windows wash the room with light and I love the stark contrast of the white walls and dark wood floors. The furniture ranges from a variety of styles, but it all works very well together and looks rather sophisticated. My favorite feature is hands-down, the beautiful carved Moroccan door leading to Stam’s bedroom.

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{This little vignette in the entry leading into the living room is so polished and pretty.}

I am heading back home after a fun and productive week in LA, working on the third issue of High Gloss Magazine. Hope you all have a great weekend! Happy Friday!

 

{Image Credit: Claiborne Swanson Frank for Vogue.com}

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  1. love the color palette..and the mix of furniture style..the carved moroccan door is a very unusual choice for the space but works so well!! thanks for sharing, paloma..have a lovely day..do visit my blog when you have a moment..the theme is yellow today! xx meenal

  2. I absolutely love the mix of traditional and eclectic elements in this room. You would never expect that console (with the lamps and topiaries and the high gloss finish) to be in the same room as those Moroccan doors. Truly beautiful.

    1. Hi Stacy! Did you click on the source link back to Vogue? They may have listed individual product links. Otherwise, I am not sure, but I am guessing it’s custom or vintage because I haven’t seen anything like it in the marketplace recently.