Feb 22, 2017
Enjoy this unique opportunity to tour the private homes of three renowned celebrity interior designers and experience how they have defined their own living spaces. You will also have the chance to meet each designer personally at their home and enjoy a cocktail reception at the final residence where you will mingle with the designers, discuss design insights and hear their entertaining high-profile client stories.
Meet the 2017 Designers:
We begin the tour at the home of noted tastemaker and celebrity designer, Sean Gaston with a special guest who was an associate of the late architect Stan Sackley. Sharon Lapid worked on this stunning home with Stan Sackley in 1965-67. She will be a memorable part of the tour, and has fascinating stories she will share with you about this unique home and the architect, who has been a celebrated design visionary in Palm Springs for the past 50 years.The second home on the tour is by one of the most popular rising celebrity designers, Pjetur Sigurdson of Hollywood Home. Pjeturs home is over the top luxurious and truly distinctive, from the ultra expensive wallpaper in the garage and the unique paper sculpture on the ceiling, to the exquisite outdoor furnishings and every extraordinary detail throughout this home. It is sure to make you smile as it exudes the lavish Palm Springs lifestyle, then and now.
The tour will conclude with a tour and reception at the home of celebrity interior designer Bradley Bayou, whose quiet elegance and sophisticated style has graced the pages of the most important design magazines, including Architectural Digest. Bradleys home is one that exemplifies the California Chic lifestyle. From its soothing monochromatic color palate, to the grand walls and ceiling detail, you will move seamlessly between the gorgeous interior and lush outdoor spaces of this uniquely stylish Palm Springs estate.
This is a self-guided tour of three houses with a reception at the final house. Addresses for each location will be provided at check-in. This event is produced by Modernism Week.