A New Look at an Old Favorite

In addition to being an inspiring business woman and arbiter of style, Tory Burch has some of the most iconic homes in recent memory. Her weekend house in Southampton is among my very favorites and her ultra-chic apartment in Manhattan’s Pierre Hotel is also incredibly inspiring. Those moss green walls get me every time! Tory works on her houses and the design of her stores with the incredibly talented, super star designer Daniel Romualdez. Together, they have redefined the meaning of classic, preppy style in interiors and have made it feel fresh, yet enduring. Surely, you’ve all admire Tory’s houses for years as I have, so you’ll likely enjoy this fresh tour of her New York apartment, which was recently featured in British Vogue. Which room is your favorite?

{Photography by Peter Ash Lee for British Vogue}

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  1. The moss green walls look like velvet not paint? Color has just a bit of an edge to it but not too much. Guess the velvet literally softens the look and it reads as classic but updated. Love them, want them!

  2. Love all your post, they are all so inspiring! And, the ideas I get, priceless! Thank you, Paloma, for sharing.