This month, Previews Inside Out is seeing everything in twos. Below, we’ve taken inspiration from Previews properties around the world, playfully pairing them with some of our favorite luxury décor pieces of the season. Which style match sparks your luxury lust? Share your insights in the comments section below.
The minimalist living spaces of this chic Quai D’Orsay apartment in Paris were clearly touched by the hands of a skilled interior designer, who tastefully mixes geometric patterns, modern art and a warm palette. The welded triangles of this wire tabletop sculpture from 1stdibs continue the pattern of the coffee tables, offering a starting point for creating your own version of modern geometry at home.
The fine finishes, European craftsmanship and rich golden hues of this gracious master suite in Sedona, Ariz. are nothing short of regal. The Malmaison faucet by THG Paris, adorned with Christofle’s famous pattern of lotus leaves and delicate palmettes, captures the same kind of elegance and femininity—the kind that is pure gold in a master bath.
There is something almost primal about watching the sun set on the Caribbean from a private terrace at Aquamare, a lush paradise consisting of three 8,000-square-foot, five-bedroom beachfront villas in the British Virgin Islands. The Totem Spot Table by Laura Kirar has the natural power and texture to transport you right back to such a moment…as you reach for your favorite book or daiquiri at home.
When a classic English manor presides over five pristine acres in Westport, Conn., you arrive at something called “American Pastoral”: timeless style, graceful formal rooms and yet, somehow, an ease of living. The hallways and entryways of this 9,567-square-foot residence are filled with both warmth and symmetry—an atmosphere that calls out for the right lighting, made possible by these sconces from Troy Lighting.
One look at the ornate wood paneling, Venetian plaster ceiling, hardwood floors and gilded accents in the living room of this historic Beverly Hills estate, and it’s hard not to envision the lifestyle of a bygone era when the likes of F. Scott Fitzgerald and Picasso walked the earth. To bring a touch of Gatsby-esque glamour into your living room, you might hang this 1920s Triple-Ray Giltwood Mirror from 1stdibs above a fireplace.