at home with john derian.
by victoria comment

3/4/15

at home with john derian / sfgirlbybay

i’m not a huge fan of what might be considered ‘traditional country’ decor per se, but i do like it when it gets a bit quirky — and designer John Derian’s beach home certainly has that. it’s filled with unusual vintage finds, much like the collections he shares in his new york shop, and now one in the coastal summer resort town of Provincetown, Massachusetts, where he’s also bought this funky old 1930’s house. featured in architectural digest espana, i love the very intentional rustic look — unfinished floors, overstuffed comfy furniture and mismatched textiles, vintage portraits and gorgeous antique area rugs. together they create that perfect, casual beach house vibe — the ideal retreat for summer and weekends away from the big bad city. and that makeshift ping pong table? love it!

at home with john derian / sfgirlbybay

at home with john derian / sfgirlbybay

at home with john derian / sfgirlbybay

at home with john derian / sfgirlbybay

at home with john derian / sfgirlbybay

at home with john derian / sfgirlbybay

at home with john derian / sfgirlbybay

at home with john derian / sfgirlbybay

at home with john derian / sfgirlbybay

at home with john derian / sfgirlbybay

at home with john derian / sfgirlbybay

at home with john derian / sfgirlbybay

at home with john derian / sfgirlbybay

• photography by manolo yllera for architectural digest espana.

17 responses to “at home with john derian.”

  1. I love it. It looks so comfy and inviting. The comfy furniture, the wallpaper and the kitchen table, they really suit the house. I love when someone embraces the house and furnishes it with pieces that belong. It’s lovely.

  2. Wow, looking good!
    I feel like, often apartments which are decorated with a lot of white do not look as uncomfortable, but by adding something “old”, here it is made super-comfy.
    Love,
    Marie

  3. Agreed with the “traditional country” decor statement, and agreed he did it lovely. Possibly because it’s not overpowered with floral prints and it’s done in such serene neutrals. I love that there’s so much texture layered everywhere.

  4. Hello,

    Is it possible to know the name of the plant (pink flowers) on the sink of the bathroom.

    Thank you

  5. John Derian has consistently created his own environments in the most authentic way. No trends, no faux patinas, just the real deal. Bravo.

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