A Vision In Redd

When you know someone well or work with someone closely, their handwriting can become very distinct. The same goes for designers. Immediately upon looking at a picture of a room, no matter how different the concept, a true designer can have a signature appeal. In the case of designer Miles Redd, his writing is all over the perfectly upholstered wall.

If you have read some of my previous posts, you will know about my enthusiasm for Redd. He can not only make a house a masterpiece of design, but he also has the talented ability to make the design come alive. His interiors are part whimsy, sophisticated, modern, and traditional. Each room is a surprise, yet each room is cohesive with the spirit of the home. Redd uses color as art and pattern as play. All the home’s a stage, and his design is the lead role. His work can be as lighthearted as a Nancy Meyers movie, or as dramatic as Sally Field in the South.  If it sounds like I am gushing (ok, I am..I admit it), let his work prove my point.

Here are just a few of my favorites. Go ahead, paint the town Redd!

Miles Redd Quote

Amen!

Miles Redd Bedroom photo by William Waldron

Miles is the master of the canopied bed. Love that fur throw and Chinoiserie wallpaper. Photo by William Waldron.

MIles Redd Houston Hallway via AD

The fantastic hallway was recently featured in the latest issue of Architectural Digest. I love the green wallpaper with blue ceiling and doors. The Bunny Williams brushstroke lamp looks fabulous at the end of the hallway. Incredible!

Peacock Bathroom via HB

What a perfectly peacocked powder room! I love the corner angle of the mirror and sink. Photo source: House Beautiful

  Miles Redd Brooklyn Townhouse via HB

The chocolate tufted velvet sofa pops against the blue chinoiserie wallpaper. The accents of red are unexpected, but wonderfully incorporated. Photo source: House Beautiful 

Miles Redd  Zebra Doors

Miles is a master in detail, as seen by these upholstered zebra doors with nailhead lining.

Travertine Bathroom by Miles Redd

A bathroom in top-to-bottom travertine. I love this clean, spa-like look.

Miles Redd Bahamas Hallway via AD

A simple, yet full of detail, blue hallway in this Bahamas home. If a little sand was on the floor, it would look like part of the decor. Photo source: Architectural Digest

Miles Red via AD

A perfect contrast of color. I love the fur rug and the tassel detail on the bottom of the coffee table. Photo source: Architectural Digest 

Miles Redd Kitchen via Peppermint Bliss

This is an ideal family kitchen that is soft, classic, and full of personality. Photo source: Peppermint Bliss

Miles Redd Blue and Red Hallway via Elle Decor

This hallway has a little bit of everything going for it! From the doors to the high gloss walls, there is lots of Redd’s design personality shining through! Photo source: Elle Decor

Miles Redd Boxwood Estate by Francesco Lagnese via FDAMH

Another angle of Redd’s masterful design in the Boxwood House in Atlanta. Stunning and luxurious. Photo by Francesco Lagnese.

Miles Redd Library by Miles Redd in Town & Country

I love this Redd designed den in Town & Country. The gold finishes leave a polished and put together look.

Miles Redd Bedroom with Screen via HB

I have recently become obsessed with screens behind beds. I love all the texture and material. Photo source: House Beautiful

Miles Redd Boxwood via Veranda

You have seen this image before from my post on the Boxwood Estate in Atlanta that Redd designed. It is the ultimate use of pattern. The tiger velvet is phenomenal.  Photo source: Veranda

Miles Redd Child's Room via AD

Notice how Redd uses all these different patterns, and yet the room blends together so seamlessly? Such precious and playful pagoda canopies in this children’s room. Photo source: Architectural Digest

Miles Redd in his bed via Harper Bazaar

Miles Redd in his own glamorous bedroom in Harpers Bazaar. Love the chic understated drama.

Miles Redd Foyer via Foo Dog Ate My Homework

A phenomenal green lacquered hallway. Such a remarkable use of color. I love the green. Photo source: The Foo Dog Ate My Homework

MIles Redd Houston Home via AD

Shades of blue and pattern in this Houston home. Is he not a master of colorful doors?! In love with that deep blue. Photo source: Architectural Digest.

Miles Redd in WSJ

Great wood paneling in this lovely Redd room. Photo source: WSJ

Miles Redd Mirrored Bathroom via Elle Decor

Miles Redd Bathroom in Danielle Rollins' book

The renown and incredible mirrored bathroom in Redd’s home. Redd and Danielle Rollins hosted a dinner party in this bathroom…The candle reflection against the mirrored jewel box is gorgeous. Photo sources: Elle Decor & Danille Rollins, Soiree Entertaining With Style 

MIles Redd Room

A magnificent table in the center of this symmetrically significant room. I love that Oscar de la Renta mirror, not to mention the topiary by the window! Photo source: Veranda

Miles Redd via Thekitchn

Miles is masterful at a high-gloss kitchen. These navy and wood finishes give a masculine feel and a polished look. Photo source: The Kitchn

Miles Redd Wallpaper via Elle Decor

Incredible de Gournay wallpaper and fireplace in this bathroom. I am in love! Photo source: Elle Decor

Miles Redd's Sisters Apt

Miles Redd decorated this space for his sister. I love the black and white ticking wallpaper and the use of leopard. Genius! Photo source: Dove Cote Decor

Oscar PR Girl Apartment by Miles Redd via my luscious life

Miles Redd had the honor to decorate Erika Bearman’s  (A.K.A Oscar PR Girl) home. I love the black, white, and splash of pink in this room.

The Big Book of Chic by Miles Redd  

One of my all time favorite coffee table books by Miles Redd himself. Each page is full of luscious images that are sure to inspire. Available at Neiman Marcus.    

 

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