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ELLE DECOR

Mar 01 2021
Magazine

A fashion-savvy home decorating magazine for the new generation of design professionals and consumers who know exactly what they want, ELLE DECOR covers fashionable and inspirational products that bring couture chic to every room of your home.

Elle Decor

Welcome to the Issue

Our Interiors, Ourselves • Following a long artistic tradition, new works examine what our rooms reveal—and conceal—about us all.

Screen Test • As museums and exhibitions went digital, one devoted art writer learned how to let himself enjoy the virtual view.

The Stories a Chair Can Tell • A writer considers “taste”—and the magic, mystery, and freedom of furniture that’s been in her family for generations.

Culinary Cool • Elevate meal prep with custom appliances and accessories that serve.

Sight Seeing • Books to take you near and far.

Attachment Theory • Once used to fasten garments, brooches are the glamorous multitaskers of the jewelry world.

Insider Art • We asked 10 designers to divulge their gallery go-tos for sourcing paintings, sculpture, and more.

Salman Toor • With a debut solo show currently on view at the Whitney, the painter shares what fuels his creativity.

Be Her Guest • In a turn-of-the-century St. Louis house, Susan Barrett dreams up an arts club in which more is never enough.

Animal. Vegetable. Subliminal. • Artist Urs Fischer creates a Surrealist menagerie for store windows.

Out of Sight, Top of Mind • The modern powder room reflects years of human ingenuity and imagination—and a determination to design our way through our collective anxieties.

Primp & Circumstance • Bold prints and sculptural fixtures make the humble powder room a decorative heavy hitter.

PICTURE THIS • Blue-chip, off-the-wall, gallery-worthy interiors where art steals the spotlight. Plus, painterly fabrics to add an expressive stroke to any room.

WHAT BECOMES A LEGEND MOST? • In L.A.’s Hancock Park, a 1920s mansion is lovingly preserved, setting the stage for gutsy contemporary art and furniture by modernist icons.

MR. BESTER BUILDS HIS DREAM HOUSE • Culling diamonds from detritus is the foundation of South African artist Willie Bester’s practice—and the cornerstone of the imaginative house he has built east of Cape Town.

CULTURAL CAPITAL • Blue-chip paintings and sculptures are the honorary residents of a Washington, D.C., power couple’s 19th-century home.

HOT HOUSE • We paired six floral designers with a selection of new art-inspired fabrics—and they took the phrase “great stems” to new heights.

WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE • James Soby, the pioneering modern art collector and critic, once hosted guests like Alexander Calder, Joan Miró, and Salvador Dalí in this Connecticut Greek Revival. Now a museum curator and his young family are breathing new life into its storied, charming good bones.

FROM BAUHAUS TO PENTHOUSE • In Tel Aviv, a creative couple’s live-work loft is a paean to the city’s international style.

RESOURCES

The Medium Is the Message • New York artist Sanford Biggers weaves a bevy of cultural allusions into a showstopping rug.


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 126 Publisher: Hearst Edition: Mar 01 2021

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: February 17, 2021

Formats

OverDrive Magazine

subjects

Home & Garden

Languages

English

A fashion-savvy home decorating magazine for the new generation of design professionals and consumers who know exactly what they want, ELLE DECOR covers fashionable and inspirational products that bring couture chic to every room of your home.

Elle Decor

Welcome to the Issue

Our Interiors, Ourselves • Following a long artistic tradition, new works examine what our rooms reveal—and conceal—about us all.

Screen Test • As museums and exhibitions went digital, one devoted art writer learned how to let himself enjoy the virtual view.

The Stories a Chair Can Tell • A writer considers “taste”—and the magic, mystery, and freedom of furniture that’s been in her family for generations.

Culinary Cool • Elevate meal prep with custom appliances and accessories that serve.

Sight Seeing • Books to take you near and far.

Attachment Theory • Once used to fasten garments, brooches are the glamorous multitaskers of the jewelry world.

Insider Art • We asked 10 designers to divulge their gallery go-tos for sourcing paintings, sculpture, and more.

Salman Toor • With a debut solo show currently on view at the Whitney, the painter shares what fuels his creativity.

Be Her Guest • In a turn-of-the-century St. Louis house, Susan Barrett dreams up an arts club in which more is never enough.

Animal. Vegetable. Subliminal. • Artist Urs Fischer creates a Surrealist menagerie for store windows.

Out of Sight, Top of Mind • The modern powder room reflects years of human ingenuity and imagination—and a determination to design our way through our collective anxieties.

Primp & Circumstance • Bold prints and sculptural fixtures make the humble powder room a decorative heavy hitter.

PICTURE THIS • Blue-chip, off-the-wall, gallery-worthy interiors where art steals the spotlight. Plus, painterly fabrics to add an expressive stroke to any room.

WHAT BECOMES A LEGEND MOST? • In L.A.’s Hancock Park, a 1920s mansion is lovingly preserved, setting the stage for gutsy contemporary art and furniture by modernist icons.

MR. BESTER BUILDS HIS DREAM HOUSE • Culling diamonds from detritus is the foundation of South African artist Willie Bester’s practice—and the cornerstone of the imaginative house he has built east of Cape Town.

CULTURAL CAPITAL • Blue-chip paintings and sculptures are the honorary residents of a Washington, D.C., power couple’s 19th-century home.

HOT HOUSE • We paired six floral designers with a selection of new art-inspired fabrics—and they took the phrase “great stems” to new heights.

WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE • James Soby, the pioneering modern art collector and critic, once hosted guests like Alexander Calder, Joan Miró, and Salvador Dalí in this Connecticut Greek Revival. Now a museum curator and his young family are breathing new life into its storied, charming good bones.

FROM BAUHAUS TO PENTHOUSE • In Tel Aviv, a creative couple’s live-work loft is a paean to the city’s international style.

RESOURCES

The Medium Is the Message • New York artist Sanford Biggers weaves a bevy of cultural allusions into a showstopping rug.


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