Any bride who has worn a Monique Lhuillier gown, knows that she is a master when it comes to details. And her scrupulous sense of style works just as well in interior design as proven by her Bel Air house. Well, no wonder while she compares buying furniture to the task of choosing a wedding dress: "You're committing to this for life, so it better be perfect."
Like many couturiers who spend their working hours dealing with dazzling and shimmering fabrics, the space she has created is very neutral. "We wanted an escape from color when we come home from the office. It's very tonal, but I am really into textures," Lhuillier says of her house. That's why her home is full of mixed modern and vintage furniture, upholstered in rich velvets and suedes - very tactile materials. Personally I looove the Lucite console and the stool upholstered in zebra print, in the lining room. Just as well as white-lacquer bedside tables in a guest room and fabulous crystal chandelier in bathroom. All in all, clear perfection - classic with a modern twist.