Liz Lange, fashion designer and entrepreneur, lives here with her husband, a corporate lawyer. Her two college-aged children, Gus and Alice, visit often.
An early 1900s Spanish colonial-style house in Palm Beach, Florida. There is an entrance area, living room, family room, dining room, kitchen-diner, including breakfast nook, and cloakroom on the ground floor. Upstairs there are four bedroom suites with a further one in an annexe. The garden has a tented living room, a dining area and a pool.
Bold, colourful glamour – that’s what I wanted to create here,’ says Liz Lange, fashion designer and entrepreneur. This early-1900s home in Palm Beach, Florida, is where she and her family head for downtime and, more recently, it became a base for lockdown life. Liz bought it in 2019 and had clear ideas about its look from the get-go. ‘I didn’t want one of those all-white beach houses or a “serious” city-style decor,’ she says. Instead, this house would be as fabulously escapist as the best beach resort, a place you’d never want to leave. ‘It needed to be decorated with real glamour and confidence,’ she adds. Which made her old friend Jonathan Adler a natural choice as her collaborator.
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