Journey’s End Residence

We were tasked with creating fresh interiors for this Normandy-inspired house designed by architect Chad Oppenheim on two verdant acres featuring massive live oaks together with lemon, orange, and mango trees and an organic vegetable garden. This sophisticated contemporary estate was completely renovated in 2017.

Matt McKay
A Tracey Emin neon work lights up the dining room, with 1950s Pierre Jeanneret chairs at a table by Ana Kraš for Matter Made.
Elle considers her artwork family. Though she is a passionate collector, she was adamant that we avoid creating the austere or expected look of a gallery.
Matt McKay
A Richard Prince work hangs behind a Studio Job desk in the living room. The stools wear a Zak + Fox wool-blend; Royère sconce; Warhol artwork (on desk).