Designer Chic: Inside the Homes of Designers

Famous designers we know and love are famous for a reason: they have amazing taste. Whether it be a fashion designer or interior designer, these creative minds are revered for their style, which is why we all love getting a peak into their own homes. Sometimes their personal spaces look exactly as we would imagine, while others can be a big surprise. Either way, it is always fun to see inside their private abodes and sometimes even find some inspiration for our own spaces through theirs. Here are selections from 10 designers’ homes in a variety of styles and flavors.

Ralph Lauren’s home in Jamaica is a quintessential island retreat, composed mostly of a neutral color palette of white and natural textures such as bamboo.

Sleek and stylish, Sabrina Soto’s Manhattan apartment is made up of mid-century modern influences.

The kitchen in Tommy Hilfiger’s NYC apartment looks like a cozy bistro with its dark wood, antique floor and beautiful marble accents.

Mark Badgley and James Mischka kept the original charm of their 1920s stone house in Lexington, Kentucky when they renovated it.

Diane von Furstenberg’s library is clean and sophisticated. I love that amazing wood table which can function as a stylish work area.

Cynthia Rowley Manhattan townhouse is the epitome of feminine, with beautiful floral patterns and purple tones.

Cristobal Balenciaga’s French manor is sophisticated and refined with traditional French influences.

The unique curvature of Liz Claiborne’s St. Barts home is creatively adorned with that customized couch and the coffee table on wheels.

Erin Featherton’s NYC apartment is lovely and feminine with soft neutrals and muted green walls.

Michael Kors’s NYC apartment is modern and masculine with understated elegance.

If you could have any famous designer design your home, who would it be?

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