Anna Wintour’s Summer House in Old Mastic, L.I
Anna Wintour is a legendary editor-in-chief of Vogue magazine, a person who was a protagonist for “Devil Wears Prada” book and movie, where her character was brilliantly performed by Meryl Streep. It’s quite interesting to have a look at the interior in the house that belongs to the woman whose name is a synonym of the word “fashion”.
US Vogue Editor-in-Chief’s Summer House
Anna Wintour’s Summer House in Old Mastic
Concerning this house she said her famous phrase: “I just import the people I want. I don’t mind the town. It’s white trash, of course, but I don’t care”.
As it can be expected everything in Anna Wintour’s house is breathing with seasoned style and taste. Every room has its own character and all of them united with the mood of American country house. The whole house represents summer joy. Floral patterned curtains and armchairs, white walls and antique wood-made cupboards permeated with the atmosphere of the life simplicity and resting.
There is no accidental accessory here. Everything is verified as a mathematical formula. A pillow with coat of arms lies on the armchair in the library, it couldn’t be found on the floral sofa in the living room.
There are a lot of books in each room. And, undoubtedly, the heart of the house is the library. Persian carpet on the floor, dark walls, low armchairs, unpainted roof and bookshelves invite you to spend all day reading. Daylight comes into this room through six windows, and at night there are several white lamps on the tables, there is no overhead lighting.
The main components of the interior are floral pattern, stripes, white color, wood, antiques, clay pots and vases. Every corner in any room welcomes you to have a rest in a hot summer day.
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