Jacques Grange is a name that I have come to know well over my years of love for interiors. His work has frequently come across my radar as worldly, sophisticated, and in a word – timeless. Jacques knows how to approach a room and his clients’ sense of style. He can make a room effortlessly chic for Aerin Lauder, or luxuriously decadent for Valentino. Jacques has truly mastered the art of “perfection in reflection.”
It also helps that Jacques Grange has meticulous attention to detail in his design. He can understand how to make a room moody and dramatic with fabric and color, but then use natural light to soften the ambience. Jacques embodies true timeless design that is wary of becoming overly traditional or modern. Grange lands in a perfect place in the middle, but he is anything but overlooked.
A bathroom detailed in every aspect, from the marble to the mirrored console. Photo source: AD
A room of natural light and rich accents. A definite ambience of casual elegance.
A simple and sophisticated living area. Notice the lamps on the mantle- I love it!
One of my absolute favorites. The den of Aerin Lauder’s NYC apartment. So many scrumptious shades of blue.
Aerin Lauder’s corporate office is designed by Jacques Grange. This couch is everything and more. There is nothing I love better than a combination of green and blue. Photo source: AD
A serene and neutral living space. Classically appointed.
The striking bathroom of the Mark hotel designed by Grange. It amazes me how versatile he can be.
The Paris apartment of Jacques Grange. I adore the organic feel of his design (and that tufted lounge!).
A bold Manhattan apartment. The molding really sets this room apart, as does the circular design within the carpet.
A navy velvet sofa on beautiful black flooring.
The charming Normandy kitchen of Pierre Berge. Photo source: AD
A stunning hallway of herringbone floors at the Pavilion De Madame.
The kitchen in the Portugal retreat of Jacques Grange. I would be so delighted to look at that tile work every morning.
A bathroom of shells and serenity. How fun for a beach house! Photo source: Elle Decor
The chic sofa in the living room of Valentino. Photo source: Habitually Chic