A fashion-savvy home decorating magazine for the new generation of design professionals and consumers who know exactly what they want, ELLE DECOR covers fashionable and inspirational products that bring couture chic to every room of your home.
Welcome to the Issue
The Art of Giving • Any of these eight unique host gifts will make an outsize impression—and (hopefully) secure your next party invite. Plus: Bold design in Miami Beach.
Welcome to Miami
Drinking Game • Designers Christine Gachot and Elliott Barnes take in 10 truly invigorating bar carts.
Are You Being Served? • Inside Fanny’s, the buzzy restaurant at the new Academy Museum of Motion Pictures. Plus: The season’s design-world hot spots.
Global Entry • From La La Land to La Samaritaine, four debuts that let you escape in grand style.
Home at Last • After years of renovating, a creative couple moves into their forever apartment.
Switching the Script • A former documentary filmmaker brings a love of stories to her design work.
Pia Riverola • Currently wrapping her first book chronicling nine years living in Mexico, the Spanish-born photographer shares eight things she can’t live without.
Fantastic Beasts • A collection of gems brings magic to the menagerie.
Many Splendored Things • A timeless new collection from Roberto Coin nods to an enduring love story set in an ancient Italian city.
American Beauty • Inside Christie’s auction of historic U.S. designs from the revered Goodman collection.
Be Still My Hearth • A statement mantel revs the romance factor in any room. Go ahead, light your fire.
Too Lit to Quit • You can’t start a fire without a spark, but consider accessorizing to keep the flames burning.
THE BIG CHILL • Your next great winter escape is as close as your own backyard with all-season furniture from Janus et Cie.
OUT THERE • Interiors that offer sanctuary—and drama. Bold jewels for a high-design getaway. And an exclusive look at a first-of-its-kind museum exhibition where Black artists and designers take flight.
OCULUS QUEST • In California’s high desert, a Hollywood agent’s spectacular new home brings light and shadow into cinematic focus.
REWRITING HISTORY • A new period room at the Metropolitan Museum of Art presents an imagined Black home in New York City.
WHAT’S ON VIEW • A survey of some of the original pieces in the Met Museum’s new Afrofuturist Period Room.
THE MEASURE OF THINGS • Accustomed to designing houses up to 80,000 square feet, architect Lee F. Mindel makes the most of 800 in his enthusiastic redo of a client’s home—just a stone’s throw from the gargantuan villas of Palm Beach.
PACK A PUNCH • Whether you’re St. Barts–bound or staycationing in style, it’s important to bring your most brilliant baubles along for the ride. So strap, clip, and clasp yourself in — and get ready for a high-jewelry journey to remember.
TO THE LIGHTHOUSE • On England’s windswept Norfolk coast, architect Sally Mackereth converts a former watchtower into a stylish family getaway topped by a lantern room with views for miles.
READING THE CLASSICS • On Menorca, Spanish designer Lorenzo Castillo looks to the island’s layered history to bring new life to an 18th-century villa above the sea.
The Family Filigree