Herve Pierre's Home has an Eighteenth Century Sensibility

By: Tiana Reid - Published: Jun 16, 2010   Updated: May 20 2011 • References: nymag & theselby
Hervé Pierre, Carolina Herrera's creative director, has a stylish New York City home that was recently spotlighted by interiors photographer Todd Selby.

Hervé Pierre's canopy bed is a sea of gingham drapery--the fabric being a gift from Herrera herself. With porcelain, plastered angels and a curtain tieback made of a stuffed Balmain glove, Hervé Pierre's home has a distinct eighteenth century sensibility.

Implications - The gingham pattern has been reinvented with Hervé Pierre's incorporation into his home. The pattern is no longer seen as "hick" with its use of a deep royal blue and white. The canopy bed looks effortlessly chic in Hervé Pierre's luxurious home and would make anyone feel like royalty. Stats for Gingham Drapery Trending: Older & Chilly
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