[Decor] Badgley Mischka at home
Mark Badgleyholds the reins of Brando, one of his three show hunters, and James Mischkacarries the fashion designers’ dachshund, Rommel.
The stable at Moon Stone Farm, the pair’s Lexington, Kentucky, retreat.
The living room sofas are by Restoration Hardware, the throw is by Hermès, and the walls are painted in Modern Gray by Sherwin-Williams; the cocktail table was cut down from an antique dining table.
Barrelback chairs by Restoration Hardwareflank an antique table from Texas; the needlepoint pillow is by Badgley Mischka Home.
The dining room’s rock-crystal chandelier is suspended above a table by Restoration Hardwarepainted black and surrounded by 1940s chairs that originally came from Churchill Downs; the monogrammed napkins are by Leontine Linens, the candelabra lamps are from Mumbai, and the 19th-century console is Swedish.
The library shelves are studded with antlers from European hunting lodges and trophies found at flea markets and on eBay; the Windsor chairs are antique, the china is by Hermès, and the napkins are by Leontine Linens.
A print of a painting by Sir Alfred Munningsis displayed above a tray-top table in the library; the crystal decanters were flea-market finds.
The kitchen is sheathed in subway tile from Urban Archaeology; the pendant lamps over the sink are by Rejuvenation, the range is by La Cornuewith a hood by Broan, and the sinks from Rohlhave fittings by Newport Brass.
A selection of copper and stainless-steel pans and some of Mischka’s many cookbooks.
The master bathroom features honed-Carrara-marble tile on the walls and floor; the Duravit sinkshave fittings by Lefroy Brooks, and the hand towels and bath mat are by Leontine Linens.
The master bedroom’s bed was custom made by Shaka Studios, the sheets and coverlet are by Badgley Mischka Home, and the monogrammed shams are by Leontine Linens.
A vintage chair in the dressing room.
In a guest bedroom, a 19th-century painting from Laurin Copen Antiqueshangs above an Empire chest; the monogrammed chair cover is by Leontine Linens, and the walls are painted in Benjamin Moore’s Devon Cream.
The bed linens in the second guest room are by Sferra, and the blanket is vintage Ralph Lauren Home.
The couple’s vintage Mercedes-Benz 280SL in front of their 1920s limestone-and-clapboard Dutch Colonial Revival by architect Robert W. McMeekin.
The sofas, chairs, and tables on the screened porch are by Restoration Hardware.
Hermèsand Frédéric Butet saddles and bridles and mahogany show trunks in the stable’s tack room.
If you like Badgley Mischka’s Kentucky getaway, be sure to check out the amazing “Before” pictures to see how they transformed the original spaces.