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.
SETTING THE STAGE
REMIX, REISSUE, REMASTER! • The past is present in a spate of the season’s best introductions.
SHAPE SHIFTERS • Modular furniture—and flexible fashion—that transforms from day to night.
PUTTING DOWN ROOTS • A New Yorker cultivates a green thumb after moving abroad, creating for herself a garden of strength and serenity.
SASHEER ZAMATA • With her ABC sitcom Home Economics returning for its third season, the actor shares seven of her favorite things now.
IN THE RIGHT HANDS • A one-of-a-kind clip inspired by draped and pleated fabrics affrms the seductive allure of simplicity.
UP AND AWAY • What’s shaping our tastes and topping our to-do lists this fall.
THE BIG REVEAL • For a pair of first-time homeowners, a two-year renovation sets the stage for a leveled-up life.
WHAT’S IN STORE • In the closet, we come for the clothes and stay for the party.
SHELF LIFE • Up your closet’s style quotient with these game-changers.
BRAVE OLD WORLD • For the second installment of our annual EARTH project, ELLE DECOR explores renewal in design through the lens of six antiques dealers. Their collective commitment to celebrating history is the lesson in design stewardship we need. Their practices, as diverse in their perspectives as they are in their client base, prove that decorating with an eye toward sustainability doesn’t have to look one specific way. Their stories show new ways we can work together to mitigate excess while cultivating a habit of care—and how we can live with what we love for generations to come.
LAP OF LUXURY • Life is good when you invest in timeless, sustainable pieces from Poltrona Frau, handmade in Italy to last generations.
MORE TO LOVE • In a new space, Delia Kenza proves that sustainable design needn’t be dull.
FRESH AIR • Brown Jordan remixes its classic collections, once again setting a high bar for outdoor furniture.
THE CHANGE ISSUE • Whether it’s a simple switch of scenery or a fundamental lifestyle shift, these five life-changing interiors demonstrate the power of shaking things up.
PICTURE PERFECT • A storied Hollywood estate is reimagined as a grand viewing space for contemporary design—and a loving family home.
SYMPHONY SPACE • In a Gramercy Park townhouse, Robert Couturier brings color and comfort into perfect harmony.
A LINE IN THE SAND • With its woodsy interiors and darker palette, a Palm Springs home offers a thoughtful new take on desert modernism.
BACK TO THE BIG EASY • In New Orleans, the author Walter Isaacson and his wife, Cathy, are rediscovering his hometown in their convivial new digs.
DREAM WEAVER • For a Silicon Valley couple who craved a home with soul—and space for their four young children—Frances Merrill delivers warmth and whimsy.
RESOURCES • Items pictured but not listed are from private collections.
VANISHING POINT • For architect John Pawson, less remains more at this historic Mies van der Rohe project.