Classic Style in Locust Valley, NY

My friend, Meg Braff is known for her exuberant, yet classic style. Meg fully embraces color and pattern and is quite adept at mixing pieces from various eras to create spaces that are effortless and inviting. You’ll find French antiques mixed with Chinoiserie elements along with Palm Beach and Hollywood Regency vintage in the rooms she designs. Meg is based in Locust Valley on Long Island, where she also runs her shop, Meg Braff Antiques & Decoration. In addition to having an impressive roster of projects across the country, Meg also has a line of beautiful wallpapers, and published her first book, The Decorated Home with Rizzoli a couple of years ago. With so much going on, it’s impressive that Meg recently finished decorating her stunning home which is featured on the cover of the May/June issue of Veranda. Her home is the embodiment of Meg’s signature style–perfectly layered with thoughtful color and pattern as well as some beautiful antiques that add a ton of personality.

{Photography by Annie Schlechter for Veranda}

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