As I was scrolling though the fabulous September issue of Architectural Digest, I stopped on a fabulous article profiling Tory Burch’s corporate Manhattan offices. At first I thought her office was a new home. Her corporate design reflects a similar style to her New York City and Southampton homes collaborated with Daniel Romualdez. Together, Burch and Romualdez create interiors that showcase Tory’s signature style of worldly patterns and bold colors.
Accents of gold, blue and white, and pops of green are a constant throughout her offices and homes. Tory’s aesthetic reflects effortless style, classic living, and chic surroundings. I was delighted to discover that Tory started the launch of her housewares line. The home accessories can be used as tasteful hostess gifts or to create beautiful tablescapes.
I am most enthused about her new coffee table book titled, In Color. I can’t wait for more insight into the life of a woman who inspires timeless attire, impeccable taste, and a generation of flat-happy females around the world.
Tory Burch in her Manhattan home at The Pierre. Photo source: ToryBurch.com
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Tory Burch’s iconic red lacquered bar. Photo source: Habitually Chic
So I am obsessed with green and velvet. Obviously I just have to show multiple images of my favorite walls of all time.
The couch that launched my love of green velvet sofas.
Another view of the room as featured in Harper’s Bazaar.
How fantastic is the pop of blue and white against the green walls!
The lighter green trim on the white sofas is decadent.
A skirted roundtable in her Manhattan home. Photo source: Tory Burch
Lovely mix of patterns and orange high-gloss. For source: TPB
Tory in her Manhattan kitchen. The green floors add an unexpected touch. Photo source: Elle
Off of the kitchen, an incredible play of blue and white pattern. Fresh and bold. Photo source: Harper’s Bazaar
The lovely drive to Tory’s Southampton home. Photo source: Vogue
The black and white floors are always a timeless choice. I love how she refrained from making this residence “beachy.” Photo source: Vogue
A more relaxed feel in this sunroom. Again, a divine use of blue and white, natural fibers, and prints. Photo source: Vogue
Tory looking out the window of a spectacularly patterned room in her Southampton home. Photo source: Vogue
Her office feels like a home. Who wouldn’t want that?!? Superb jewel shades of blue and green. The paneling and china on the wall adds a sophisticated element. Photo source: Architectural Digest
Tory at her corporate desk. I love the shelves that flank the mood board in the middle. Photo source: Architectural Digest
A lovely vignette in her office. Look at the trim detail on her curtains. Photo source: Architectural Digest
Orange, Blue, Green, and Gold. Blends together seamlessly! Photo source: Architectural Digest
A glass layer on deep chocolate wall. A reception that I would be happy to wait in. Photo source: Architectural Digest
Tory’s father taught her how to make beautiful needlepoint pillows. My great-grandmother also had this talented ability. Such a classic staple. Love! Click Picture to Purchase
Lovely brass frames with the Tory Burch logo on the bottom. Would make a fabulous gift. Click Picture to Purchase
A chic acrylic ice bucket and gold barware. Click Picture to Purchase
Like her home, Tory includes plenty of blue and white table accessories in her home collection. Click Pictures to Purchase.