5 Things I Have to Have From Jenna Lyon’s Soho Loft — T Magazine


It’s undeniable that Jenna Lyons has infinitely enviable style. Her former townhouse, published in Domino in 2008, is one of the most pinned interiors of all time. Unsurprisingly, the former J. Crew creative director’s Soho loft is equally as covetable as the Park Slope pad, which we get a peek into this weekend, courtesy of T Magazine. Here’s what we’re obsessing over.

That sofa

The massive rose hued sectional (and a living room spacious enough to accommodate it) is at the top of our list. Just think about how many friends/pets could stretch out on it. It’s vintage Milo Baughman reupholstered in Pierre Frey velvet, so I can also assume we’d need a hefty lottery win to buy it.

A dramatic, monochrome hallway

Lyons’ entire hallway—walls, ceiling, doors, trim…everything but that lovely herringbone floor—is awash in Farrow & Ball’s Card Room Green. It’s a great way to make a statement in a hallway with a lot of doors, and therefore, not a lot of room for art.

Her shoe closet

So we might never have Mariah’s monstrosity, but Jenna’s shoe closet is luxe while still feeling achievable (it’s barely wider than the window—that’s reasonable, right??).

The not-so-average marble bath

Close your eyes and picture a marble bathroom. Seeing lightly veined white marble, white paint, white everything (okay, maybe some brass)? That’s is the opposite of Jenna Lyons’ space. The Breccia Capraia marble vanity and tub are a statement in itself, but above the backsplash—like with the hallway—the walls, trim, and ceiling are a deep ocean blue.

…Wood paneling?

If anyone can make wood paneling effortlessly chic, it’s Jenna Lyons. Her bedroom has a distinctly British vibe that is almost like the 2017 version of a smoking room or a study in a manor house (but make it fashion).

Check out the full story, more photos, and a video tour over on T Magazine.

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