Thu. May 23rd, 2024

Tommy and Dee Hilfiger are no strangers to waterfront living. For years the designer couple took respite at a Golden Beach, Florida, home with 100 feet of ocean frontage, and they continue to retreat to a vacation home on Mustique, where the estate’s swimming pool laps up against the sands of the Caribbean.

Still, when the duo decided to decamp from their residence in Greenwich, Connecticut (AD, March 2017), and make a full-time move to Palm Beach, Florida, last year, they pondered a new kind of frontier. “We fell in love with this home and the fact that it was on the lake and on the lake trail,” says Dee, referencing the west side of Palm Beach overlooking the Intracoastal Waterway, Lake Worth Lagoon. Once settled, the couple turned to AD100 designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard to help open up and reenvision the space.—Ariel Foxman

With views of Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat and the Mediterranean Sea, the living room is one of the most spectacular areas of this home. In the background of the room is a sculpture by the German artist Thomas Schütte and an untitled painting by German artist Albert Oehlen. The Antonio Citterio sofas were upholstered with Loro Piana fabric.

Photo: Jérôme Galland

Jean-Eric Gnuva is as well-traveled as a worn-in passport. For years, the French businessman has crisscrossed the world in his role as a high-end residential property developer, becoming familiar with Paris, Monaco, New York, and more in the process. So when he decided to renovate his seaside home in Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, France, Gnuva’s first request for the interior designer seemed appropriate: “He wanted the space to feel luxurious, almost as if it were an ultra high-end hotel,” explains Jean-Charles Tomas, founder of his eponymous design firm and the designer tapped to spearhead the project.

“Jean-Eric had been living in the home for over a decade and decided it was time for a change,” Tomas says. After spotting the designer’s talent in various magazines, the homeowner reached out through Instagram. And yet, being the level-headed businessman he was, Gnuva decided to start small. “Initially, the task was simply to renovate the kitchen,” Tomas says. Nonetheless, Gnuva was impressed with the work—so much so that he wanted more. “After the kitchen was done,” Tomas continues, “he asked me to redesign the rest of his interiors.” —Nick Mafi

Armchairs by Ralph Lauren Home surround the dining room’s rustic table, while the curtains are of a Nina Campbell fabric from Osborne & Little, the chandelier is by Mecox, and the decorative stenciling was done by Judy Mulligan.

Photo: Pieter Estersohn 


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