Traditional meets eclectic... rich, conceptual, soothing and layered. LOVE the layered quirky nature of the display
A set of Jean-Michel Frank furniture at the Fondation Pierre Bergé Yves Saint Laurent exhibition.
MIRROR, MIRROR | In the library, entirely designed by Willis, employing traditional wood-carving and stenciling techniques, armchairs from Brazil once belonged to the decorator. On the wall hangs Bergé's collection of Orientalist paintings.
A 19th-century black-and-white-marble bust overlooks the garden. “I like my garden to be peopled with statues,” the designer has said. “I like it to be mysterious—like the garden in Cocteau’s La Belle et la Bête.” The marble bird chair is by François-Xavier Lalanne.