This week Joni, Megan and Linda had the pleasure of sitting down with the fabulously talented and charming Miles Redd. Known for his exuberant use of color, pattern and pizazz, Miles took us through his career beginnings, his style choices and his fantastic new book The Big Book of Chic
published by Assouline.
Miles' iconic New York townhouse exterior
The Zebra Door - one of Miles' only "two" original ideas (per Miles...)
The mirrored David Adler room transplanted from Chicago to Miles' townhouse bathroom. Yes, it's a dinner party in the bathroom.
Miles' first NYC apartment in 14th Street. Note his own life drawings with black tape "frames"
The Houston living room - another view of a well documented room
So listen in!
Thank you for sharing, sweet friend.
Great interview girls.
Kudos to each of you for such great chat with such a charming designer.
I hope to spend the night dreaming of chinoiserie valances.
I'm 48, raised in Houston and work in oil & gas but I should've always chosen this for a career, but instead it's my 1st love and hobby and you've given me so much more than a book or subscription can.
Plus, I love me some Cecil Beaton black and white!
Kudos to each of you, I am a big fan of Skirted Roundtable and the education it brings to our Industry.