The Best Style Lessons 12 Top Designers Learned From Mom
We're firm believers that great taste can be learned -- it's never too late! But if you were lucky enough to have a stylish mother figure in your life, you may have developed an eye for art and design at a young age. So to celebrate Mother's Day, we asked some of the world's leading interior designers -- from edgy Californian Kelly Wearstler to maximalist New Yorker Miles Redd to free-spirited Londoner Brit Abigail Ahern -- to share how their own moms influenced their style. Read on for touching tales will tug at your heartstrings.
What's the greatest style lesson you learned the mom in your life? Please share below or tweet us @DomaineHome.Photographs: Courtesy of Vicente Wolf, Andrew Arthur for Domaine (Kelly Wearstler portrait), Sukio (Wearstler room), Courtesy of Mark D. Sikes (portrait), Amy Neunsinger for House Beautiful (Sikes room), Assouline (Redd portrait), Courtesy of Miles Redd (room), Courtesy of Jeff Andrews (portrait), Grey Crawford for Jeff Andrews Design (rooms, Courtesy of Vicente Wolf (portrait and room), Roger Davies for Architectural Digest (Corrigan portrait and room), Courtesy of Abigail Ahern, John Bessler (Bunny Williams portrait), Courtesy of Bunny Williams (room), Courtesy of Will Wick (portrait and room), Courtesy of Betsy Burnham (portrait and room), Jose Leon for Domaine (Ireland portrait), Courtesy of Kathryn Ireland (room)