Shoe designer Brian Atwood’s minimalist dressing room keeps clothing—and clutter—out of sight. The dark surfaces and vintage furnishings echo the decor throughout his Milan apartment, which was decorated by Nate Berkus. The daybed is by Poul Kjaerholm for Fritz Hansen.
The room is anchored by the Margherita runner by the Rug Company, whose pieces are used in many of the film’s interiors. “Their carpets are designed by fashion designers,” set decorator Lydia Marks says. “What could be more appropriate than that?”
In jeweler Loree Rodkin’s Los Angeles apartment, which she decorated with the help of Martyn Lawrence-Bullard, the dressing room reflects the home’s subdued color scheme. The island of drawers and shelving by Poliform provides ample storage and display space for Rodkin’s shoe collection. The vintage brass pendant lights are from Rewire, and the antique bowl is from Jacques Carcanagues Gallery.
outrageous LONG glass topped accessories cabinet w/pull out drawers & right under the window for light....back lit recessed area on other wall w/drawers beneath... lovely dressing room by POWELL & BONNELL