Home Envy OMG, I Want This House: Fabulous Homes From Paris to Sao Paulo (PHOTOS)
A Yucatán-style home with a lap pool. A Pollock-themed bedroom. From São Paulo to custom-made Jonathan Adler designs on Shelter Island, see envy-inspiring designs from the third installment of Interiors Now.
Because sometimes you don’t just want
this house—you want all of them. The third installment of Interiors Now, edited by Margit J. Mayer and Ian Phillips, showcases 35 new residences across the globe. From bungalows filled with custom-made Jonathan Adler designs to a lap pool in a Yucatán-style home in Mexico, here are some envy-inspiring home designs.
In this Paris apartment designed by Joseph Dirand, the arched shape of the living room window is echoed in the rounded shape of a Jean Prouvé table and plush Jean Royère seating.
This print-heavy bungalow in Shelter Island, New York, is the work of of style gurus Jonathan Adler and
Simon Doonan. The yellow cone lights were brought from Paris, but the sofa, brass coffee tables, and aerated concrete screen are all custom made.
One dinner party, coming right up. Faye Toogood designed this clean eat-in kitchen for a London townhouse.
New and old converge in a living room of a London townhouse, designed for a young couple by Faye Toogood.
Mark Roskams/Tripod Agency
We're dizzy just looking at this. Dubbed “In Bed with Pollock,” this bedroom is in a New York duplex apartment designed by Doug Meyer.
A gorilla made from 7,500 coat hangers by British artist David Mach keeps watch over this suburban Paris house.
A concrete hearth and brightly patterned floor tiles are the focus of the living room in this multi-textured
São Paulo home. Behind the wooden sliding doors is the bedroom wing.
Bruce Buck for The New York Times
A long and narrow lap pool leads from the Yucatán-style main house and the newly built add-on in Merida, Mexico.
This Manhattan loft’s master bedroom is the picture of simplicity.
Stephan Julliard/Tripod Agency
Designer Melinda Ritz crafted this light and airy bedroom in a Beverly Hills mansion. Notice the artist’s easel serving as a TV stand.