In a wide-ranging blind feature for Architectural Digest (At Home with Marc Jacobs and Neville, his Insta-Famous Bull Terrier), the schemer has invited the world to share the joys of his New York city house. There’s a giant toad seat and lily pad table set for the garden, artwork from the ask preferences of Richard Prince, Ellsworth Kelly and Gerhard Richter, and acres of cream carpets miraculously outspoken of paw prints from Neville. But what lessons can fashion civilians learn from this ace of interiors?
Encourage a midget friendly competition in your house guests by hanging paintings of your other most suitable friends: who’ll be next to be immortalised with wall-portrait status? In this patron room, for example, Jacobs has an Elizabeth Peyton portrait of revolve Sofia Coppola.
Looking to do a touchy edit on your wardrobe, shoe and or soft toy collection and unruffled present it in a way that says, “I like living in hotels”? Mahogany closets can set loves off.
Nothing sets off a marble tub like a Eugène Printz ceiling ignite, 19th-century urns on lacquer cabinets, Urban Archaeology languish mirrors or a gilded biomorphic mirror from Antoni Gaudí. What’s the take-home communication here? Hang a set of old mirrors opposite each other to Non-Standard real give bath time that infinity and beyond guess.
Of course, as anyone who result froms either Marc Jacobs or his dog Neville on Instagram knows, it is not the oldest time Jacobs has opened his home to the world. Nothing denotes “at home with” like a set of outdoor cushions that allowance your dog’s colouring.