If you've already seen this place designed by Baroness Bruno de Pampelonne, that's because it has made its way around the interwebs courtesy of Vogue Living Australia. And AD Russia. And House and Garden UK. Obviously these magazines span three countries, but what I'm wondering is: who gets to decide what goes where? Is there some transcontinental decor convention where an ultra mega editor in chief (fashion, smashion -- it's probably still Anna Wintour) civilly metes out homes and schedules with a gilded pen? Or is it a global free for all, with every chief fighting for scraps like hyenas on a hunt... I prefer to consider the latter. With these thoughts in mind, please peruse a pretty pastel apartment -- now presented in 3D (that means via three magazines; sadly it does not mean you can reach out and pet the furnishings).
Guess which magazine this shot is from...
This one is from House and Garden, photographed by the inimitable Richard Powers. So does that mean all the pictures are by RP and other magazines just pay royalties to use them?
This ran in Vogue Living, and it's a totally different picture (not just a crop of the same image). Still looks like the same shoot, though.
Whatever. I hate purple (it makes me look like death, and who wants to look like death in the comfort of their own home?), but this house is lovely in every magazine.
Let's tour the entire pad is all its Lalanne bedeco-ed glory.
The color palette kinda takes the southwestern sting out of that howling coyote, right?
Holy amazing wall details!
This room is a dark little unexpected gem. Lust.
That's it for the tour. Maybe someone out there can explain how the entire decor magazine industry functions, all within the span of a blog comment.
Or maybe we can just enjoy the pictures, however they come to us.