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8.21.09: Miles Redd | New York Social Diary

Bunny Williams' bedroom: Mismatched bedside tables make for a less "decorator-y" look; tall lamps cast light at just the right height for reading in bed. "I love bright modern prints, but tend to use them sparingly since you tire of them. I do neutral—never white-on-white—rooms." Ms. Williams upholstered the headboard in an Indian-inspired silsilk embroidery by Naeem Khan. "I like fabrics to look natural, whether a cotton or a silk or a good imitation"—a bias rooted in her Parish-Hadley days.

colorful stripes and velvet headboard in bedroom ~ Miles Redd design

Scarlet Fever ~ Scarlet lampshades echo other rooms. Chandelier, Richard Keith Langham, chairs in Prelle silk velvet and girandole, all antiques. Curtains in Jim Thompson silk; Scalamandré trim.

Miles Redd home office with cork wallcovering. I would use the cork on the top half of a wainscotted wall. Great texture and masculine.

Dinette - Casual dining with vibrant palette, large piece of art, patterned wall covering plus brilliant choice of chandelier and dining suite. The style is fun, highly original and impressive. (repinned photo only from Miles Redd)

The Mentor, Albert Hadley: bedroom for Brooke Astor. Juxtaposing restful hues, pedigreed antiques and modern artwork creates an oasis of calm. Pale-green foliage print on walls and draperies, instills coziness and intimacy in a grandly proportioned space. A multitasking salon: desk, sitting area and scattered armchairs for lounging. In lieu of nightstands is a pair of mismatched tables; swing-arm lamps offer a warm glow. Vibe is dainty yet strong, simultaneously old-world and forward thinking.

Go Haute Couture With Curtains Two shades of red trim create a subtle trompe l'oeil effect on otherwise simple window valances in celadon silk. - Give off trompe l'oeil effect from the curtains. - design advice from Miles Redd advice #3 of 6

love the green/white art and green lamps

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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.