Wednesday, October 6, 2010

forget first class, i'll take coach

I stumbled across this AMAZING Manhattan home in Vogue...it belongs to Reed and Delphine Krakoff.  Reed is the president and creative director for Coach and his wife, Delphine, is an interior designer who owns her own company, Pamplemousse.  I think what amazes me most about this space is that three children under the age of 5 live here!! Goes to show you don't have to sacrifice your style once you have children.

Reed and Delphine describe themselves as collectors, truly enjoying every piece they bring into the home.  They study furniture and art, immersing themselves in the history of it all.  Considering the home is around 18,000 square feet (originally a building consisting of 12 apartments), they have plenty of space to put all the treasures they may collect during their lifetime.







11 comments:

shari @ little blue deer said...

Oh my gosh, this is insane! And look at those super-chic kids, you know they're never going to have an awkward phase, lol! XX!

Janell @ Isabella and Max said...

Love the photo of the kids standing on the settee, and in shoes!! I bet you anything that is not a daily occurrence...but I do believe it is very possible to live with kids and have a stylish home! Janell

flip flops and pearls said...

LOL...saw your name and figured we must be friends cause we have the same taste!!! TOO FUNNY:)

Great blog, I am your newest followe-

mydesignchic said...

Isn't this house amazing - and the children...beyond precious!!

Sophia Lee said...

My my! I love the style of the design! I want that purple/magenta couch!

Mary @ RoomPolish said...

wow.... kids in that house, brave parents! it is gorgeous. I love that purple settee. So pretty!

Kim@Chattafabulous said...

Love the post title, too! Very clever, Jade...

Avdelingen said...

LOved the title as well (and indeed the photoes lokked fab)

Fran said...

Those kids are adorable and the home is bad either! ;) Just found your blog and I'm your newest follower!

kayce hughes said...

So fun to see. I worked with Reed many years ago. He not only has great taste but is a really nice guy too.

traci zeller designs said...

So amazing! I was SPELLBOUND when I read that article in Vogue!

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