As featured in Elle Decor, designer Miles Redd chose a vibrant aqua Jim Thompson silk for the curtains. The American-born businessman, merchant, one-time spy, antiques collector, gardener, and designer worked as an architect in New York before heading to South East Asia during WWII. His fascination with Thai silk brought the material to the forefront of fashion and interior design in the 1950s and 1960s. His legacy continues with the lovely fabrics and furniture at Jim Thompson showrooms.

As featured in Elle Decor, designer Miles Redd chose a vibrant aqua Jim Thompson silk for the curtains. The American-born businessman, merchant, one-time spy, antiques collector, gardener, and designer worked as an architect in New York before heading to South East Asia during WWII. His fascination with Thai silk brought the material to the forefront of fashion and interior design in the 1950s and 1960s. His legacy continues with the lovely fabrics and furniture at Jim Thompson showrooms.

Blue and white ikats, arabesques, chevrons, and stripes are unified through tint and tone in this living room by Kelli Ford and Kirsten Fitzgibbons.

7 Ways to Decorate With Blue and White

Blue and white ikats, arabesques, chevrons, and stripes are unified through tint and tone in this living room by Kelli Ford and Kirsten Fitzgibbons.

{Fabrics by Raoul Textiles, Ralph Lauren, and Robert Kime Take Center Stage in the Living Room} The lovely home of young, Los-Angeles interior designer, Eliza Dyson is featured in the December/January issue of House Beautiful. Eliza worked for design doyenne, Suzanne Rheinstein upon leaving the film industry to pursue her love of interior design. Through …

{Fabrics by Raoul Textiles, Ralph Lauren, and Robert Kime Take Center Stage in the Living Room} The lovely home of young, Los-Angeles interior designer, Eliza Dyson is featured in the December/January issue of House Beautiful. Eliza worked for design doyenne, Suzanne Rheinstein upon leaving the film industry to pursue her love of interior design. Through …

Miles Redd came to New York from Atlanta at age 17 to study design at Parsons, but soon got more interested in designing stage and movie sets, and ended with a degree in film from NYU.

Miles Redd came to New York from Atlanta at age 17 to study design at Parsons, but soon got more interested in designing stage and movie sets, and ended with a degree in film from NYU.

I am in love with every single element of this living room by Miles Redd. Gorgeous combination of red, royal blue, navy, and turquoise with perfect pops of black and gold. The strong patterns of the...

I am in love with every single element of this living room by Miles Redd. Gorgeous combination of red, royal blue, navy, and turquoise with perfect pops of black and gold. The strong patterns of the...

MAD FOR MILES - Mark D. Sikes: Chic People, Glamorous Places, Stylish Things

MAD FOR MILES - Mark D. Sikes: Chic People, Glamorous Places, Stylish Things

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