What Makes You A Legend?
What’s the stealth power in Rose Tarlow’s design arsenal?
Inside Design Icon Rose Tarlow's New L.A. Oasis
The legendary decorator opens the doors to a new store and welcomes us all in to share some of design’s greatest secrets.
Rose Tarlow Crafts a Magical Landscape in Provence
What Does a Designer Hailed as Having the Best Taste in the World Buy?
Los Angeles überpatrons Edythe and Eli Broad open the doors of their art filled Brentwood home. Interior Design by Rose Tarlow.
New York Attitude
A Collecting Couple’s Sherry-Netherland Apartment Offers the Perfect Frame for the City
Rose Tarlow’s timeless style murmurs rather than shouts. The Los Angeles interior designer and antiquarian came to prominence in the 1980’s as a dealer, and her early appreciation for gently worn furniture and fabrics laid a foundation for the understated, clutter-free homes she has crafted for David Geffen, Barbara Walters, and others. In her strong but poetic spaces, lovingly burnished wood furnishings – whether Georgian, Louis XVI, Scandinavian modern, or heritage-inspired pieces from her acclaimed Melrose House collection – meet soft materials, such as leather, velvet, and brocade, that only look better the more wear and tear they receive. An essential tutorial on Tarlow’s rarefied and deeply influential look is her 2001 cult favorite book, The Private House (Penguin Random House).
In an exclusive excerpt from her new book, The Private House, tastemaker Rose Tarlow reveals her singular approach to decorating.
“Six design superstars who have had an enormous impact on me and practically everyone else in the design world are Jacques Grange, Michael Taylor, Renzo Mongiardino, Albert Hadley, Rose Tarlow and John Stefanidis.”
By Marian McEvoy
Evoking a European Country Aesthetic in a Designer’s Canyon Refuge
On Belgrave Square
A Signature Space for Rose Tarlow in London
Living in Harmony with Nature in the City as in the Countryside
This Is Perfect
Tastemaker of the moment Rose Tarlow dictates the way Hollywood moguls of the moment should live, and won’t stop until the place is perfect.
Rose Tarlow and Eight Things She Can't Live Without
“When I was starting out, I bought very serious antiques. These pieces are more casual – they are things that have character and make the shop look great.”
Perfect Taste and a Client List to Prove It
“Last Friday, in a living room lined with art monographs and Frank Stell a collages, Rose Tarlow, the elusive doyenne of decorating, posed for a rare photograph. Princess Jah of India read gossip columns on a nearby sofa…”