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Balancing Act

Balancing Act

The Bellport bungalow Keith Pollock shares with partner Andy Baraghani strikes a canny balance between relaxed and refined design elements. With an earthy color palette and emphasis on natural light, the home feels both grounded and thoughtfully composed. Get inspired with similar items from Lee Stanton by clicking through the galleries below.

  

  

  

  

  

  Photo: Adrian Gaut.


Mix and Match

Mix and Match

Architect Charles Zana's light-filled Paris apartment is a breath of fresh air. Graciously composed, the constantly evolving mix of pieces from different periods and styles gives the home a dynamic and playful personality. Get inspired with similar items from Lee Stanton by clicking through the galleries below.

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Photo: François Halard for AD Italia


California Classic

California Classic

Furniture designer Glenn Lawson's soulful renovation of this Santa Barbara home takes inspiration from its midcentury Southern California roots. With an open floor plan, huge glass windows and luxurious wall-to-wall carpeting, the designer's mix of contemporary and classic midcentury pieces feels nostalgic, yet entirely 21st century. Get the look with similar items from Lee Stanton by clicking through the galleries below.

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Photo: Ori Harpaz for T Magazine.


Salt of the Earth

Salt of the Earth

Axel Vervoordt's Gravenwezel Castle, located in a small village outside Antwerp, Belgium, is a testament to the designer's singular vision. With its limited, earthy color palette, dramatic sense of scale, and emphasis on soft natural textures, the home is a vision of wabi-sabi elegance and restraint. Get the look with similar items from Lee Stanton by clicking through the galleries below. 

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Photo: Jake Curtis for DesignAndLive.


Lofty Heights

Lofty Heights

This 2007 Paris loft is defined by its offbeat sensibility and clean, gallery-like minimalism. Modernist masterpieces feel right at home against the apartment's sleek utilitarian lines, while pieces of folk art feel vibrant and personal. Get the look with similar items from Lee Stanton by clicking through the galleries below. 

  

 

  

  

Photo: @domicile.file.


Matta Hatter

Matta Hatter

Roberto Matta's apartment on Paris's Left Bank is as surreal and compelling as his canvases. Filled with art and puckishly composed, the Chilean painter's home is a reflection of his passion for outsider, folk, and indigenous art practices, as well as his appreciation for unique combinations of color and scale. Get inspired with similar items from Lee Stanton by clicking through the galleries below.

  

   

  

  

Photo: Simon Watson for AD Italia

 


Rioja Retreat

Rioja Retreat

I love the vibrant color palette and mix of vintage and antique furnishings in this Rioja wine country home. Designed and restored by the Casa Josephine team, the residence exudes a sunny, playful charm. Get inspired with similar items from Lee Stanton by clicking though the galleries below. 

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Photo: Philippe Garcia


Midcentury Marvel

Midcentury Marvel

The São Paolo home of midcentury architect Julio Katinsky (b.1932) is a testament to the Brazilian modernist's longevity of vision. Cool and clean yet sensuous and grounded, the home's brutalist concrete architecture and huge glass walls create a dynamic interplay between its indoor and outdoor spaces. Get inspired with similar items from Lee Stanton by clicking through the galleries below. 

  

  

  

  

 

Photo: Ricardo Labougle for AD España. Styling by Leandro Favaloro and Martina Lucatelli