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Photos by Quentin Bacon
Lindsey's fashion sense mirrors her interiors: bright, fun and classic. Here, she leans against a drop leaf table that pulls out easily to seat 4 at a dinner, and multi-functions as a desk.
China Seas wallpaper welcomes visitors with a graphic punch. A console is a great space saving idea for a narrow area, since it will hold a lamp, key tray and the mail.
Why should bookcases be basic and boring? Book storage is given an opulent dose with mirror-backed etageres. Covering a wall in mirror is an easy trick to open up a room, and arrange furniture so it is easy to live with and ulitized.
An oxblood Lamshop lacquer cocktail table mixes well with Muriel Brandolini throw pillows. A clean surface with a few statement pieces is all you need for a compelling tablescape.
The teal and red color scheme carries through with the accessories, while a punchy abstract painting adds an unexpected bright blast. Design details can elevate anything to give a grand feel, and Lindsey created beautiful lampshades to use throughout her space. What a difference it makes.
A zebra sits beside a stack of great vintage books, one of Lindsey's guilty pleasures. If you have that one animal you love, start collecting it and make it your own. Friends will love this--finding that critter for your birthday will lead them on a hunt to find just the right thing.
Her chocolate headboard is sophisticated and works in with the rest of the room. Solid fabric is a good choice, since the pattern around it will not overpower, and linens coordinate.
A memo board of invites, announcements, snaps with friends and inspiring photos will keep guests busy while they fix a drink.
Scalamandre's classic wallpaper, best known for lining the walls in Gino's Italian Restaurant, has leaping zebras moving across a red background. A classic New York tiled bath gets a lift from the red.
Dress up the bathroom for glamour in the everyday. Little details can do this: monogrammed tip towels, a julep cup of flowers, mouthwash in a decanter and a candle can transform a mundane space.
In her off- site office, an Antelope carpet keeps things high design . Good task lighting and a neutral palette are ideal for working with bright fabric samples and paint swatches.