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Décor Inspiration: A Glimpse Inside the Place Karl Lagerfeld called “the chicest house in America”

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Décor Inspiration: A Glimpse Inside the Place Karl Lagerfeld called “the chicest house in America”

EARLIER THIS WEEK, we featured the ethereal work of Stephan Sills Associates. Today, we’re taking you inside the famed, Hi-Low Farm, the designer’s 1920’s white shingled colonial 22-acre estate in Bedford, New York, purchased nearly 30 years ago. The property also includes a four-bedroom, 2,500-square foot guest house. In early September of 2013, Town & Country featured the guest house, and in mid-December of the same year, The New York Social Diary interviewed Sills, who is “widely admired for his distilled palette deployed in tranquil—and even ethereal—rooms that frequently contain a distinct combination of hand-finished surfaces, exquisite antiques, burnished metals and striking modern pieces”.

Click through for a glimpse of both the main and guest houses — the property which Karl Lagerfeld once famously called “the chicest house in America” . . .


Images: photography by Jeff Hirsch for The New York Social Diary & and guest house images, photography by François Halard for Town & Country

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