Every home needs a bit of love.  
Happy Valentine's Day!

"Antique basin. Planters, Formations. 'LOVE' sculpture, Robert Indiana."
American desert house.
Interior design by Richard Hallberg.
Architecture by William Hablinski.
Written by Linda Sherbert.
"Oasis of Artistry" photographed and produced by Miguel Flores-Vianna. 
Veranda (September 2011).

"A painting by Matthew Heller, vintage leather chairs by Charles Pollock, and a poured-concrete floor in the tennis house."
Malibu, California home of Courteney Cox.
Interior design by Trip Haenisch.
Renovation architecture by Michael Kovac.
Photography by Simon Upton.
Text by David Sokol.
"Scene Change" produced by Anita Sarsidi.
Elle Decor (July/August 2011). 

"The desk in Sharon's office was designed by [Martyn] Lawrence Bullard in the style of Maison Jansen; it displays Ozzy's 1994 Grammy and the 2002 Emmy their show, The Osbournes, won for outstanding reality series."
Los Angeles home of Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne.
Interior design by Martyn Lawrence Bullard.
Photography by Roger Davies.
Text by Fred Schruers.
"Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne at Home" produced by Carlos Mota.

"When they couldn't find artwork for the master bedroom, the designers came up with a temporary fix that became permanent: Sean Daly spray-painted "love" above the Nickey Kehoe bed. The curtains - Dahlia by Donghia - are 16 feet high, 'so when they're closed you have this crazy, exaggerated leaf pattern,' Nickey says. The cowhide rug from the Rug Company adds another natural motif."
Mediterranean-style 1970s house in the Santa Monica Mountains.
Interior design by Todd Nickey and Amy Kehoe, Nickey Kehoe.
Photography by Victoria Pearson.
Floral styling by Dial Jensen.
"High Energy" interview by Barbara King.
House Beautiful (March 2013).

"In the son's bedroom, a tapestry version of Robert Indiana's LOVE is displayed within an ash bed/storage unit designed by the architect [Joel Barkley]."
Hudson Valley, New York, home of Robert E. Abrams, his wife Cynthia Vance and their young son.
Interior design by Clodagh.
Architect: Joel Barkley, Ike Kligerman Barkley Architects P.C.
Photography by Pieter Estersohn.
Text by Dan Shaw.
"Clearly Inspired" produced by Howard Christian.

"In the dressing room, the lamps, chest of drawers, and mirror were all found in West Palm Beach, Florida; the antique desk belonged to [Ashley] Stark's grandmother, the desk chair to her brother, and the wallpaper is from Stark."
Manhattan apartment of Ashley Stark, creative director of Stark, her family's rug, furniture, fabric and paint company.
Interior design by Philip Gorrivan.
Photography by Eric Piasecki.
"A Fresh Start" by Kathleen Hackett.
Elle Decor (December 2011).

"Limited-edition Je t'aime pillowcases by Louise Bourgeois from the Tate Modern grace the master bedroom; the work on paper is by Richard Long, and the bench at the foot of the bed is by Nelson for Herman Miller."
Hudson Valley, New York, getaway for gallery owner Sean Kelly and his wife Mary.
Interior design by Sean Kelly, Mary Kelly and Toshiko Mori.
Architecture by Toshiko Mori.
Photography by William Waldron.
Text by Fred A. Bernstein.
"Fresh Perspective" produced by Howard Christian.
Architectural Digest (November 2011).

"On a 30th birthday trip to Paris, Berkley [Vallone] happened on a flea market jumble of oversized letters from the side of an old German bank building. Back home, she tried arranging them in something comprehensible for her living room wall. When [future husband] Ken visited for the first time, he found the message she'd settled on quite compelling - 'KISS ME.' "
Scottsdale, Arizona, home of Berkley Vallone and her family.
Interior design by Berkley Vallone, Vallone Design.
Builder for remodel: Nance Construction.
Photography by Colleen Duffley.
Written by Lisa Cregan.
"Gotta Love It!" produced by Barbara Mundall.
Traditional Home (May 2012).

"In the master bedroom, Yves Saint Laurent posters pay homage to the owner's love of fashion."
1960s-inspired beach house in Strathmere, New Jersey.
Interior design by Mona Ross Berman.
Photography by Jonny Valiant.
Produced by Orli Ben-Dor and David M. Murphy.
House Beautiful (September 2011.)

"The living room features Louis XVI-style armchairs, a French Empire commode, and a 1970s Lucite-base cocktail table. A Keith Haring painting (a gift from the artist) and portraits by Will Cotton of [Brooke] Shields's two daughters hang on walls painted in Benjamin Moore's Chelsea Gray."
Four-story Greenwich Village, NY, townhouse of Brooke Shields, husband Chris Henchy and their two daughters.
Interior decoration by David Flint Wood.
Renovation architecture by Ben Bischoff of MADE and Oliver Freundlich and Brian Papa - both formerly of MADE.
Photography by William Waldron.
Text by Judith Thurman.
Architectural Digest (March 2012).

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