Milly de Cabrol
If you could have a second home anywhere, where would you live? California
Tell us about your childhood bedroom? Pale blue walls, 4 poster dark wood inlay bed; always pure linen & beautiful sheets.
What’s the first investment piece you ever bought for your house? Albrizzi Dining Table
In the history of design, if you could hire any designer other than yourself, who would it be? John Stefanidis
No room is complete without books.
People think of me as outgoing, but I am really shy.
Biggest Vice? Buying too many flowers & eating pasta
If you were on an Ambien high and internet shopping, what would you buy? Anything Tom Ford
Do your clothes reflect your design sensibility, if so, how? I’m not so much into fashion. Fashion has nothing to do with decorating.
Who is your star crush? Brad Pitt
What is the thing you would never do on a project, but don’t detest when you see others do it? A bar.
If there were a fire, and you could only keep one design book, what would it be? Two books, John Stefanidis “Living by Design” & Miguel Flores Vianna “Haute Bohemians”
For posterity, what would you like your work to be known for? Eclectic, Interesting, not a specific style.
A Few Favorites
Movie: Gone with the Wind, I am Vivien Leigh. I survive; hahaha.
Book: The talented Mr. Mister Ripley
Scent: Tom Ford- Black Orchid
The fabric you always come back to: Anything Osborne & Little
Dream project: A house overlooking the pacific coast.
Meal: Tomato and Basil al dente Pasta
Drink: Red Wine or Negroni
Hotel: Sunset Tower in LA or the Carlyle in NY
Travel Destination: Tangier, Morocco or Patmos, Greece Artist: Jean-Michel Basquiat
Thing to collect obsessively: books, antique tiles, textiles.
Era in the history of design: 18th century
Paint color that always look great: Pale Pink or shocking pink
Favorite person to follow on Instagram: Too many!
Dogs, Cats, or No Pets? Dogs!