Let’s go inside interior designer Delphine Krakoff’s sophisticated New York townhouse that she shares with her designer husband, Reed Krakoff, and their children.
Reed Krakoff in the living room, in front of Alexander Calder’s 1971 wall mobileTwo Black Discs and Six Others.
In the living room, Joris Laarman’s 2006 translucent chaise sits on a c. 1940 Cogolin rug designed by Henri Gonse.
Robert Motherwell’s 1968Open No. 16 surveys the living room’s design-scape. The Claude Lalanne bronze crocodile chair sits next to a chrome-and-Lucite Guy de Rougemont coffee table. Jean Royère’s 1953 sofa
A c. 1900 Louis Comfort Tiffany lamp in the library hangs over a 1930 Marc du Plantier table.
Maude, Lily, and Oscar on the settee in their Pierre Le-Tan-designed playroom.
Alexander Liberman’s dot painting hangs above Garouste & Bonetti’s console and chairs and a flock of Lalanne sheep in the entrance hall.
An iconic 1930s Jean-Michel Frank sofa beneath Line Vautrin mirrors.
Daughter Maude’s bedroom, with an Emilio Pucci rug, two Félix Davin chairs from 1935, and a 1940s Carlhian daybed.
In the master bathroom, a pair of Louis XVI marquises made by Georges Jacob flank a 1930s Jean-Michel Frank vellum waterfall table. Serge Roche’s 1955 mirror.
Delphine Krakoff, wearing Reed Krakoff, with her daughter Lily. Al Held’s Black and White VII painting and Marc Newson’s 1986 Lockheed chaise longue.
pictures by Sheila Metzner / source vogue.com